Friday, September 2, 2011

Photos of Damages from Hurricane Irene: It was NOT hyped.

This is part 2 for those who think that meteorologists "over-hyped" the damage capabilities of Hurricane Irene. These people don't think it was over-hyped at all.




Margaretville, NY

Route 100 in Vermont
Main St. In Margaretville, NY.

Greenwich, Connecticut

East Lake Road in Woodstown, New Jersey.

Princeton, New Jersey PATH train station stop

Governor Cuomo's car in Margaretville, NY.

Route 12 is broken in 5 places on Hatteras Island, N.C.
About 2,500 people are stuck on Hatteras Island because of this

pumping out the traffic tunnels in Hampton, VA

Ocean City Maryland's pier destroyed
NEED TO SEE MORE? 
Hurricane Irene was not over-hyped. If you think it was, you were just LUCKY.


 

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What better way to recognize a life of love, than by giving another life a chance for love?
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