Gallery: Roller Coaster Sunk by Hurricane Sandy Set to Be Removed Next ...

The famous Jersey Shore roller coaster that ended up in the Atlantic Ocean after Hurricane Sandy is slated to be removed from the waters by this time next week. The coaster, which has since become an iconic symbol of the October 29th storm, will be removed piece by piece in a project that will take about 48 hours to complete. Local residents won’t have to say good-bye to the floating coaster in its entirety, however. A section of the ravaged ride will be preserved as a memorial once the damaged pier is rebuilt next year. There are even plans to erect a new roller coaster, which will be named “The Superstorm”.

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