Hurricane Sandy 2012: Bloomberg warns New York faces 'days' in darkness. Infrastructure in America's largest city struggles to resume business after post-tropical storm causes damageHomes damaged, streets flooded and city plunged into darkness, causing misery and chaos for millions of residentsFloodwater causes electrical substation to explode, causing power outages in ManhattanResidents demand answers as officials remain vague over when New York can expect to get back on its feetCity Mayor Michael Bloomberg says 643,000 New Yorkers are without powerMayor admits it could take up to five days to have the city's subway system fully running again, though limited service will begin Thursday at 6am Governor Andrew Cuomo: 'It was as bad as anything I have experienced in New York' By Lydia Warren and Beth Stebner Published: 16:25 GMT, 30 October 2012 | Updated: 13:21 GMT, 1 November 2012 Manhattan will be restored to full power by Friday at the earliest after Hurricane Sandy plunged the lower half of the island into darkness on Monday night.
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