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New York is trying to get back to normal after a weekend full of contrasts, reported the New York Times.

Tourist started to visit the city parks that reopened Saturday morning, while people who had been affected by the storm said help was not coming fast, reported the New York Times.

Saturday morning, about 5,800 residents of Manhattan woke up without electricity, reported L.A Times.

"It's easy to sleep, actually," said Ted Orosz a Manhattan resident to L.A Times. "No planes, no sounds. The only disruption at night is the sound of generators."

An official said to the New York Times that they were trying to get as much help as they could but "One of the problems is that when you have lots of different agencies, it takes a while for them to get coordinated," said the official to the New York Times.

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