The aftermath of the magnitude-7.1 earthquake on Wednesday left parts of Brooklyn inundated, with homes and businesses being swept away, including those in a car wash.
The car wash on South Broadway was on fire and was evacuated after the quake, according to the company that operates the complex.
A spokesperson for the Brooklyn Bridge and Tunnel Authority, which owns the Brooklyn-Queens Harbor Bridge, told ABC News that all lanes of the bridge had reopened by 4:30 p.m. on Thursday.
But many bridges in Brooklyn have been closed since the earthquake, and the city is still awaiting the results of the tsunami assessment, a state official told ABC.
The city has also been preparing for the possibility that a major tsunami will hit.
A massive, 6-meter wave struck Manhattan on Friday, causing damage of more than $50 billion.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.