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UPDATED: Flood Warning Remains in Effect as Remnants of Ida Hammer Northeast, 17 Dead & Record Rains

Date: 2021-09-02 11:46:20 Thursday, September 02, 2021 GoLocalProv News Team   View Larger + The collapsed Fairview Lane in Portsmouth, RI. Photo: Portsmouth Police The Northeast was pounded overnight by the remnants of Hurricane Ida — and, according to reports early Thursday afternoon, at least 17 have died due to flooding. Some areas of Rhode …

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At least seven dead in New York flash flooding caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida

Date: 2021-09-02 09:56:15 Police did not say how the seven deaths in the city occurred. Read More State governor Phil Murphy has also declared a state of emergency in neighbouring New Jersey, where CNN reported at least one person was killed in the city of Passaic, bringing the confirmed death toll from Ida to 15. …

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At least seven dead in New York flash flooding caused by remnants of Hurricane Ida

Date: 2021-09-02 09:56:15 Police did not say how the seven deaths in the city occurred. Read More State governor Phil Murphy has also declared a state of emergency in neighbouring New Jersey, where CNN reported at least one person was killed in the city of Passaic, bringing the confirmed death toll from Ida to 15. …

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At least nine dead as storm’s remnants flood New York City, fill subways with water

Date: 2021-09-02 06:13:17 The remnants of Hurricane Ida have dumped historic rain over the the tri-state area of the United States, with at least nine deaths linked to flooding in New York, New Jersey and Pennsylvania. Basement apartments suddenly filled with water and freeways and boulevards turned into rivers, submerging cars. At least nine deaths …

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