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    Posted September 6, 2011 by
    alleebeth
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    Highway 9, New York
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    This iReport is part of an assignment:
    Irene's aftermath

    alleebeth and 14 other iReporters contributed to Open Story: Irene's aftermath
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    Hudson River Flooded w/ Mud

     

    In the aftermath of Hurricane Irene there is a new massive problem, flood waters.

    The water is slowly receding & has now reached New York Harbor.

     

    The massive amount of rain which has flooded communities in Vermont, New York's Catskill Mountains, New Jersey, the Poconos in Pennsylvania & many other Northeast states has come to a head. They all have a common vessel to travel South, the Hudson River.

     

    After seeing an article from a satellite image of the brown sludge of mud & debris, I took a look for myself.

     

    Most pictures are in distant landscape form. Please enlarge the photos while viewing.

     

    ~alleebeth~

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