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Remnants Of Hurricane Ida Move Through Northeast Causing Widespread Flooding

PASSAIC, NEW JERSEY - SEPTEMBER 02: A man uses garbage bags to keep his pants and feet dry as he crosses a flooded Lester Street on September 02, 2021 in Passaic City. Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency as Tropical Storm Ida caused flooding and power outages throughout New Jersey as the Northeast was hit by record rain and tornadoes. At least 8 people were killed in New York and New Jersey. NY Gov. Kathy Hochul has also declared a state of emergency. (Photo by Michael M. Santiago/Getty Images)
Remnants Of Hurricane Ida Move Through Northeast Causing Widespread Flooding
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September 02, 2021
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