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Hurricane IRENE: Day 01 : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories failed to be covered....
Hurricane IRENE: Day 01
Hurricane IRENE: Day 01 : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories failed to be covered....
Hurricane IRENE: Day 01
Hurricane IRENE: Day 04  : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories failed to be...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 04
Hurricane IRENE: Day 05 (Hunter) : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories failed to be...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 05 (Hunter)
Hurricane IRENE: Day 05 (middle of nowhere) : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 05 (middle of nowhere)
Hurricane IRENE: Day 06 (Hotel in Fleischmanns) : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 06 (Hotel in Fleischmanns)
Hurricane IRENE: Day 14 (State Route 42) : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 14 (State Route 42)
Hurricane IRENE: Day 30  : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories failed to be...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 30
Hurricane IRENE: Day 30 (County Route 47) : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 30 (County Route 47)
Hurricane IRENE: Day 90 (Town of Prattsville) : Hurricane Irene was a powerful tropical storm that started as a tropical wave off of African  coast on August 15 th , and traveled across the Atlantic to the Caribbean, increasing in size to a  hurricane Category 3 and then 1, then continued northward along the eastern coast of United  States, all the way up to far northeast Canada. Hurricane Irene was so big, she was visible from  outer space.    As she was being tracked on satellites and the news heading for New York City, we saw images  of extensive flood and wind damage in her wake.  Evacuations were ordered and panic and fear  dominated the news.  Then, on August 28th, 2011, Irene didn’t follow her meteorologists’  predicted path and missed NYC and, instead, struck further north: in New York and Vermont  states.  Instantly, Irene disappeared from the news and no one cared.  Except for the people who lost their homes.  And businesses.  And farm lands.  Their relatives.   Those stories...
Hurricane IRENE: Day 90 (Town of Prattsville)
  

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