Mother Screamed for 12 Hours About Babies Swept out of Her Arms by Hurricane but No One Helped

Police searching for two young brothers who were ripped from their mother’s arms during Superstorm Sandy have found their bodies.

The remains of Brandon, two, and Connor Moore, four, were discovered only yards from where they went missing in Staten Island, New York.

The boys’ mother Glenda Moore, 39, is said to have spent 12 hours screaming in the street after they were swept away, but residents would not help her look for them.

The boys were sucked away by floodwater after Mrs Moore’s car stalled and became stuck just before 6pm on Monday near the 400-block of Fr. Capodanno Boulevard in South Beach.

Mrs Moore, a nurse, tried to hold on to them but was overpowered by the force of the storm.

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