Waters recede but storm victims suffer in East

Reuters: On Meadow Street in Ludlow, Vermont, a dozen local high school students hauled mud-covered furniture from flooded houses, dumping it on lawns as the town dug out from the mess left by Hurricane Irene. Lorraine Hughes, 60, walked through her nearly empty single-story house, which showed signs of the two-and-a-half feet of water it held on Sunday when more than a dozen Vermont communities experienced the worst floods in nearly a century. "You spend all your time to try to make something nice,......

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