NEW YORK CITY, NY - Some of New York City's oldest buildings proved to be no match for Superstorm Sandy.
The massive storm attacked parts of Manhattan Monday, dropping trees onto cars and leaving building scaffolding toppled in the streets.
One New York City resident even captured video of the second and third floor facade of a Manhattan apartment complex collapsing during Sandy's onslaught.
Residents say the same thing has happened to the building before.
Video of the collapse is embedded in the player below. (WARNING: The video contains graphic language that some viewers may consider offensive.)