New Jersey suffered at least $29.4 billion in damage from Sandy, the Atlantic superstorm that left 37 people dead and washed out communities as it ravaged shore areas, according to an estimate from Governor Chris Christie.

The figure released yesterday covers property and business losses as well as mass-transit system damage, Christie said in a statement. The Republican said the estimate reflects U.S. aid already received and may be revised higher in coming weeks.

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