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By Scott Godzyk | Agent in Manchester, NH

Flooding continues from Hurricane Irene, please see my pictures


Flooding clean up continues from Hurricane Irene here in New Hampshire. The water is coming down in the smaller rivers and emptying into the larger rivers causing them to rise such as The Merrimack River which runs from the Lakes Region through Manchester NH on it's way to the Atlantic Ocean at Newburyport MA.

Flooding on the major rivers here in the south as been confined to the river basins. Roads remain closed in Northern NH with major bridges washed away and roads no longer there. I opted not drive up North as of yet to stay out of the way.
 
Our thoughts and prayers are with everyone who has suffered through this natural disaster. the majority of people flooded out you are not seeing on the news, but they are not forgotten.

Please check out my pictures taken today.

Amoskeag Dam in Manchester NH



Amoskeag Dam in Manchester NH


Below the Amoskeag Dam in Manchester NH


view from Arms Park in Manchester NH


view from Arms Park in Manchester NH



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Updated August 31, 2011

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Scott Godzyk
Godzyk Realty Group

Manchester NH

www.ScottSellsNH.com

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