(KCEN) -- Streets in Connecticut are lined with trash as people continue to clean up from Hurricane Sandy.
Residents in a Bridgeport neighborhood are going through what is left of their basements, which were flooded during the storm.
Anything that can't be salvaged ends up along the side of the streets.
However, the cleanup process is bringing heartbreak to some people as they find irreplaceable items that are now destroyed.
Others are saying the trash is literally making them sick.
One woman, Donna Angelucci said, "I woke up with a headache, my throat was burning. It smells really bad."
Residents also reported black water and a foul odor coming from the faucets.