Hurricane Irene photos of Vermont and other hard-hit states.
|By: AnneAbrams, 3:41 AM GMT on September 01, 2011||+0|
I surely hope that the peoples of Vermont and other hard-hit states will get the federal assistance they need to recover from this disaster. Lets make it happen. Thanks to all the photographers for posting these images on WU at such a difficult time.
Bristol Vermont Iron Bridge (31337)
After Hurricane Irene
Flooding on Lincoln Road after After Hurricane Irene
Flooded Neighborhood (TerraNova)
Flooding in Little Falls, NJ along the Passaic River.
Irene's Aftermath (bob1978)
It's not unusual to see the Connecticut River in Hartford flooded. Unless it's in August. This is all due to Hurricane Irene's rains, which will only increase as water from the devastating flooding in Vermont works its way south. Although you can't see it here, I saw whole trees floating down the river.
Washout at the Basin (sillysun)
Up Rooted (teach50)
A tree was totally uprooted including the sidewalk. This is my neighbor posing in front of the torn up sidewalk.
Tree across driveway! (BradleyJH)
Rindge NH strong winds and flooding rain.
Irene comes inland (CarrotsnGinger)
Raritan River Floods (lenstontheloose)
Roads at Donaldson Park, in Highland Park, NJ, lie underwater after Hurricane Irene strikes the region, 8/28/2011
Tuttletown Gristmill (dragonfly88)
Tuttltown Gristmill looking South down the Plattekill.
Another dock claimed by Irene 2011 (travelingangel2003)
Backyard facing Kennedy Park, Burlington City (franklinj1282)
Sheets of Heavy Rain from Tropical Storm Caused by Hurricane Irene Newark, DE (janetlorraine)
Looking out my back door, the rain was very heavy and the wind was gusting. Shortly after this photo was taken, Newark was under a tornado warning. With an earthquake here early in the week, we're certainly having interesting weather!
As The Storm Movers On! (Ralfo)
after the storm!
Damages 11 (emixam101)
Irene Massive Splash (joshb100)
Cape Cod, MA
Storm Update.. (suzi46)
in my last update I indicated we didn't think any trees were down..well two huge trees just fell narrowly missing our 500 gal propane tank and guest house..they took a huge chunk of the embankment next to the brook with them...gingerly walking the property, we saw several more down by the greenhouse and near the entry to the driveway..it looks like many trees have lost limbs and are cracked..the hyrangeas have lost most of their blooms and the apples are now on the ground..a call to the insurance company will be the first call in the AM..since the ground is now saturated with several inches of rain and the wind is still howling, we are praying no more of the huge pines come down since our house and garage is right in line with them! it is really too dangerous to be out taking any photos right now..I just QUICKLY snapped a few and, upon hearing limbs, cracking hurried back indoors!
Tree puzzle, after Irene (bluesy)
Flooding of the River Nigua in the Dominican Republic and people that were forced to leave their homes behind.
Flooding From Irene in the Dominican Republic.
Flooding caused by Heavy Rains from Irene making the Rivers Rise and flooding nearby communities,
My Photos - Hurricane Irene August 28, 2011 Wolf Radio Studios (1david6)
Road the day after Irene 05 (bruceif)
Note how far the water undercut the road. The grass was the same level as the road.
Flood along the West River - 7 (bruceif)
Another shot of the yard.
Flood along the West River - 3 (bruceif)
The road and our yard.
Flood along the West River - 4 (bruceif)
View from the bathroom window about 4 hours after it crested.
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