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Sandy can’t keep a good subway man down.
One MTA token booth clerk from the Rockaways has essentially been homeless since the superstorm flooded the peninsula — but he hasn’t missed a day of work.
Jack Epter thought about taking a day off — once — but changed his mind at the last minute.
 
“If I called in sick, I would have felt like Sandy defeated me,” Epter, 64, said.
In the initial days after the late-October storm, Epter slept wherever he could: an employee locker room in a subway station; an emergency shelter for Sandy refugees on a college campus; even a furniture repair shop in an industrial brick building in Williamsburg, Brooklyn.
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