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New Hampshire Storm Damage: People

As of yesterday, many New Hampshire residents were still in the dark. Utility crews continue to work around the clock here to restore power.

The weather the past few days has cooperated though, and hopefully things can get back to normal soon.

Here are some pictures from the morning and afternoon following the wind storm.


Mike Chadbourne works to prevent flooding at a friend’s home on Riverside Park Road in Allenstown on Friday, February 26, 2010. High winds and heavy rains have led to flooding and power outages for much of the region. Utility officials have estimated that 300,000 people are without power.


Matt Allgeyer and Patty Holler work to clean up their front yard on Friday, February 26, 2010, in Pembroke. “In New England, you get four seasons of trouble,” Allgeyer said.


Larry Hall, left, and Scott Vogt examine the storm damage to Vogt’s home on Buck Street in Pembroke on Friday, February 26, 2010. Vogt had several downed trees in his yard and a large pine tree fell on his home. “You put your heart and soul into it and then this happens,” Vogt said of his home.


Dale Graveline looks out over flooding from the basement door at his home on Riverside Park Road in Allenstown on Friday, February 26, 2010. High winds and heavy rains have led to flooding and power outages for much of the region. Utility officials have estimated that 300,000 people are without power.


Mike Chadbourne takes a breather after stacking sandbags at a friend’s home on Riverside Park Road in Allenstown on Friday, February 26, 2010. High winds and heavy rains have led to flooding and power outages for much of the region. Utility officials have estimated that 300,000 people are without power.

Dan Puroclean - Those are amazing photos. I really like the one with Dale Graveline looking out of his window. No offence, but it could be Father Christmas looking out of a window at the North Pole.

max - Thanks Dan. Appreciate the comments.

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