Residents of Staten Island in New York are enraged after Google executives dispatched one of their Street View cars to photograph images of the damage inflicted by Hurricane Sandy.
One of the internet search engine's cars, decked with a panoramic camera on its roof, was spotted by the New York Post on Thursday as it passed destroyed homes in New Dorp Beach.
The car took in at least three homes wiped out by the storm and scores more that suffered extensive flood damage before it moved onto damaged areas in the Rockaways.
And while Google said it was attempting to document the wrath of the superstorm, residents of Staten Island - where 23 people lost their lives in the hurricane - lambasted their choice as insensitive.
'They are putting us wiped out on the map!' Damian Malandro, who suffered water damage to his house, told the Post.
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