Basically it was sixty to zero. When we hit the dock everybody went flying.Sea Streak Ferry passenger Steve Mann • Discussing the crash that happened in lower Manhattan earlier this morning, which left nearly 60 people injured. The ferry hit two loading docks during the crash, and many passengers were sent to nearby hospitals.
» To put that in context: The damage portrayed during the Chitauri invasion would be double that of the September 11th attacks ($83 billion), and bigger than both Hurricane Katrina ($90 billion) and last year’s tsunami in Japan ($122 billion). “Given the involvement of individuals considered deities in some cultures (Thor, Loki), there is even the potential to classify the event as an ‘act of God,’” reads the report, continuing, “though that designation would be subject to strenuous theological and legal debate.” To put this in perspective, the $220 million it cost to create the film would be less than 1 percent of the total cost to repair the city after the damage it fake-created.