The prescription was given: aggressive cleaning. We attacked the town with spray bottles and a filtered vacuum cleaner (an Electrolux, hence the name) and cleaned all of Bricksburgh. The disaster caused by the cleaning process made for some interesting set ups and so...
Many people were hurt in the storm and devastation. Since the hospital was severely damaged, the next largest building in town (the airport terminal) is turned into a makeshift trauma center. Here you can see the injured arriving and being treated-- some out in the parking lot!
Looking down the beachfront street you can see the hotel ripped apart and the damaged hospital beyond it.
The tallest building in town (at that time), the TV station took a direct hit from the storm. The entire top story was tossed into the street below. With the antenna down, news reports had to be sent by satellite.
The snack bar was destroyed as well. You can see a tow truck loading up a wrecked truck.
The remains of an SUV are hooked up to tow truck to be moved out of the way. Clearing the streets was one of the first priorities, so that rescue crews could find survivors quickly.
The TechMan finds himself working on a traffic light, trying to help bring some order back to the streets below. I'm not sure his technique is the safest!
There was another disaster-- very similar that happened in Bricksburgh about a year after Hurricane Electrolux. You can see video of that disaster and its emergency response here: