Storm WatchSandy’s Deadly Path (Photos)10.26.12Storm WatchSandy’s Deadly Path (Photos)High winds, heavy rains, extreme tides, and even snow, the “Frankenstorm” crippled the East Coast, delivering an especially powerful punch to New York City. View photos of the destruction.10.26.12 7:25 PM ETHurricane SandyHigh winds, heavy rains, extreme tides, and even snow: the “Frankenstorm” crippled the East Coast, delivering an especially powerful punch to New York City. Millions were left without power, streets and tunnels were flooded, the city’s 108-year-old subway system was brought to its knees, and 50 deaths along the East Coast were attributed to the storm. The superstorm wreaked havoc on the Caribbean, in Santiago de Cuba, Cuba and Haiti, where 51 people were killed. The storm weakened as it moved west, but there were still blizzard warnings in effect Wednesday for parts of Virginia. The Daily Beast takes a look at the damage already done. STEVE NESIUS The remnants of a roller coaster in Seaside Heights, N.J., sit in the surf three days after Hurricane Sandy battered the coast. Spencer Platt Several houses along the beach in the Rockaway neighborhood of Queens were crushed by Hurricane Sandy. Spencer Platt People walk by what's left of the historic Rockaway boardwalk in Queens. Mike Groll Hurricane Sandy's strong winds, driving rain, and powerful storm surge devastated central New Jersey's coast. Spencer Platt A firefighter surveys the rubble in the Breezy Point neighborhood in Queens. Dozens of homes and businesses were destroyed when a fire broke out in the midst of Hurricane Sandy. Spencer Platt The devastation in Breezy Point was widespread. Spencer Platt A woman walks by what's left of the homes and businesses that burned to the ground in Breezy Point. Mario Tama Several boats washed ashore in Sea Bright, N.J. Andrew Burton A man attempts to drain a flooded basement in Long Beach, N.Y. Andrew Burton A man in Long Beach, N.Y., climbs under his garage door, which was flooded with ocean water and sand thanks to Hurricane Sandy. BRENDAN SMIALOWSKI A woman waits with her daughter for help after their car ran out of fuel in Jersey City, N.J. Hurricane Sandy has caused severe fuel shortages as people stock up on gasoline to run generators while many gas stations remain out of service because they don't have power. JUSTIN LANE A truck floats on the ramp to the Battery underpass in lower Manhattan. Several of the citiy's tunnels flooded in the aftermath of superstorm Sandy. ANDREW KELLY Hurricne Sandy didn't stop some New Yorkers from enjoying Halloween. Two girls in Staten Island pose in their costumes. Brendan Smialowski, AFP / Getty Images A man rides on a lift while recording flood damage for insurance purposes in Little Ferry, New Jersey on Wednesday. Hurricane Sandy hit New York and New Jersey and left much of Bergen County flooded and without power. Mario Tama / Getty Images A darkened Flatiron Building rises over an empty street in a section of Manhattan still in a blackout a day after Hurricane Sandy hit. Allison Joyce / Getty Images People charge their phones at a mobile charging station on Tuesday in New York City. Brendan Smialowski, AFP / Getty Images People wait in line to fill containers with fuel at a Shell gas station Edison, New Jersey on Tuesday. John Lamparski / Getty Images Atmosphpere in Times Square following Hurricane Sandy on Tuesday. Randall Chase / AP Photo Homes in Fenwick Island, Del. are surrounded by floodwaters from the storm on Tuesday.