So many people lost so much during Hurricane Sandy, but one Toms River, New Jersey man says he absolutely has nothing left - not even the rubble from his home.
Nick Maria tells FOX he couldn't find his house after the storm.
The home, which served as a summer home for Maria, once stood on 5th Avenue in Ortley Beach.
A few weeks ago, Maria says the home suddenly vanished.
Two week after Sandy, residents were allowed to return to gather their belongings. But when Maria arrived, his home, and everything inside, was gone
All that was left was a plot of land.
"I never saw anything like this in my life. And when I took my wife here a week later, she was crying her eyes out in the street," Maria said.
Maria says he immediately started making phone calls, but the township didn't have much information.
A picture taken by a neighbor of the home after the storm showed that while it had shifted off of its foundation, it was still standing.
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WARMUP ON THE WAY
It was a beautiful holiday weekend with slightly cooler temepratures on Easter Sunday. A cold night ahead with a Frost Advisory in effect for much of the area 12-8am Monday. Temps range from the low/mid 30s in the suburbs to 40 in the city.
Despite a chilly start Monday it will warm well into the 60s, close to 70 in the city under sunny skies. Even warmer Tuesday out ahead of our next cold front.
That front will bring some rain late day Tuesday.