Eastern floods force 130,000 to evacuate

 Friday, September 9, 2011

 Reuters

Relentless rain caused catastrophic flooding in the eastern United States on Thursday, killing at least five people and forcing the evacuation of more than 130,000 more in three states. Remnants of Tropical Storm Lee, days after slamming the Gulf Coast, swamped homes and businesses from Maryland to New England and dropped up to a foot of rain outside Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, which declared a state of emergency. Flood warnings were in effect in northern Virginia, Delaware, Maryland and upstate New York and flood watches...
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