Workers from as far away as Rhode Island are in Manhattan cleaning up from Hurricane Sandy. After the storm hit Manhattan on Monday night, many tree branches fell, damaging cars and houses. People walking on the street felt the danger of the dangling, half-broken branches. Workers from East Greenwich Tree Service began to clean up the messes left by Sandy, even though the weather was still unpredictable. They cut down unstable trunks, picked up broken branches and chipped them into pieces.