In the U.S. state of Vermont for more than ten towns cut off from the outside world

More than a dozen towns in Vermont (USA) remain cut off from the outside world because of flooding caused by Hurricane "Irene." Were closed due to flooding 260 roads and 30 bridges. Floods destroyed houses and power lines. Floods also still suffers NJ. Experts warn that the water does not come down for a few days, according to ITAR-TASS.

Hurricane "Irene" hit the U.S. East Coast over the weekend. His victims were at least 44 people in 13 states. Most of them drowned or died because of fallen trees. Without electricity is more than 2.5 million people.

According to preliminary estimates, the damage will exceed $ 7 billion.


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