WESTERLY, R.I. (WPRI) -- Rhode Island's coastal areas took the brunt of the state's damage during Hurricane Sandy.
On Wednesday, The Department of Transportation took to the sky and surveyed the destruction along Rhode Islands' coastline.
- Photos: Aerial Shots of Hurricane Damage
These photos show a birds eye view of the extensive damage the storm surge did to Westerly Town Beach, and the Atlantic Avenue area where the storm smashed buildings and kicked sand, rocks, and debris several feet onto the beach.
The superstorm also damaged many parts of Narragansett, including the town beach and the historic Coast Guard House.
- Photos: Coast Guard House Damage
Sandy also left massive erosion on Point Judith at the coast guard station and lighthouse
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