Fun Town Pier at Seaside Heights Destroyed | 6abc.com
The Fun Town Pier in Seaside Heights is now a pile of twisted metal and broken rides lying on the beach as waves lap over it.
It’s one of two piers destroyed in hurricane Sandy where the iconic Ferris wheels seem to be the only thing left standing. “I think anybody who’s ever been to Seaside or grew up here loves this place; this the way I make my living and a lot of other people make their living. They’ll be back,” arcade worker Helen Stewart said. It’s hard to conceive of how long that could take. Seaside Heights and nearby towns are under martial law.
Posted on November 4, 2012, in Children, City Government, Climate Change, Coastal Cities, Community, Disasters, Economy, Environment, Flooding, Lifestyle, Neighborhoods, Parks, Play, Resort, Safety, Society, Threat. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.