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Flooding And Damage in Local Communities

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photo by Vanessa Fournier
Vehicles make their way down Wolcott Street as the Lamoille River crosses over it.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
Stephanie and Damon Antonelli, of Hardwick, wade their way through waist-deep water on Atkins Field.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
Propane tanks carried by the strong current lay on the side of Wolcott Street in Hardwick.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
Contents from The Inn By The River in Hardwick flowed down the Lamoille with a red door getting caught up on the Jackson Bridge. One of their solar panels hangs over the river.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
The flooding water from the Lamoille River carried lumber all over Dave’s Sawmill lumber yard in Hardwick.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
Lamoille Valley Ford cars and pavement were consumed by the raging water on Wolcott St.
photo by Hal Gray
North Shore Road, Greensboro, just west of the intersection with Craftsbury Road.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
Because of the weather from July 9 to 11, the land was completely eroded between the Lamoille River overflowing its banks and a torrential downpour of around nine inches of rain, The Inn By The River fell into the river in the early hours of Tuesday morning.
photo by Vanessa Fournier
Guests were evacuated from The Inn By The River and sent to the emergency shelter set up at Hazen Union School.
photo by Hal Gray
Two chairs close this road in East Hardwick because of the washout visible behind them.

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