Is there anyone else that is or was affected by Hurricane Irene?

Is there anyone else that is or was affected by Hurricane Irene?

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My state was badly affected by this tropical storm.With severe flooding.We never have any natural disasters...the most we get are blizzards so this is very devistating.Alot of our historical bridges are gone,and the town I live in you cant get out of because our roads are broke and washed away.It is very upsetting because on some websites and news people that dont live here are talking crap about how its about time we got hit with something bad.I think thats terrible ..I dont care where it is if something bad happens I always feel for the people affected by it.So my question is..because it was such a huge storm is there anyone else on here thats state was badly affected?And how?Tell me your story and is it common for storms of this magnitude to happen where you live?
08/30/2011
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Peggi Peggi
Well, my street seems to be the ONLY one in this area on good terms with Irene, our power flickered out 3 times but not bad at all, and we just got rain, not even that much. A few blocks away a friend of mine had her house flooded, trees are knocked down everywhere, and people have been without power since then and it's not expected to be back on before Friday at the soonest. Schools were supposed to open yesterday but aren't going to. Now, I'm in the Baltimore area, so we had the earthquake as well, which was unusual for this area (although where I lived before, they were common) but here, we are always getting hurricane seasons, this actually was nothing compared to previous hurricanes even in the areas that did get hit bad.

The biggest issue was how SLOWLY Irene moved. Even though it was the weakest of all hurricanes to go through the slow movement made it a whole lot worse on a lot of people because of the flooding, and the wind!
08/30/2011
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
Our house is right on the water so we were in a mandatory evacuation zone. We had to go stay at a friend's house for a while. Trees and branches seem to be doing havoc everywhere and they say it could take up to two weeks to get power back for everyone.

We got about a foot of water in our house, not to mention the multiple feet of water outside. So basically the fridge, stove, and anything else in the living room, bathroom, dining room, or kitchen was ruined. Thankfully the bedrooms upstairs were fine. But now the house smells of dead fish and dampness. Swiffer-ing and then mopping with vinegar seems to be helping the smell but everything smells of salad instead. ...I'm gonna miss our couch.

On the amusing side, when we came to clean up all the garden snails were clinging to the siding for dear life. Definitely a strange sight.
08/31/2011
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