Travelers stuck because of Superstorm Sandy hoping to get home soon
Annie Scholz reports Video by tmj4.comvideo
MILWAUKEE- There are signs of improvement among Superstorm Sandy's destruction. That includes travel in and out of the northeast.
Nick Perrine spent the last two days stranded in Virginia. Thankfully he was safe, but he knew the weather wreaking havoc farther north would take a toll.
"We were just looking to get home," says Perrine. "Just sitting watching what's happening to them was unbelievable."
Pat Sturgis just made it back from Boston after visiting his 93-year-old father. But he has family all along the coast to keep an eye on.
"I've got a son in New York City, a nephew in New York City, a daughter in Washington D.C, all places that stood to be hit pretty hard," says Sturgis.
Flights to and from New York aren't a sure thing yet. Will Calder lives in Manhattan and still can't get a flight out of Wisconsin.
"It's that anxiety, you're like 'what's going on I need to get there' but of course, I can't," says Calder.
He's hoping the next 24 hours will bring better luck.
"So I've got a flight down to Atlanta tomorrow (Thursday) and back into Newark, hopefully."
Home sweet home, but most importantly, safe and sound.
"It feels good to be home. It feels lucky to be safe you know," says Sturgis.