Hurricane Irene Damage

This satellite image by DigitalGlobe displays the severe damage in Vermont in the town of Killington along US Hwy 4 and Road 100. In the centre, the pavement that has been washed away by high creek waters.



Irene damage, Image Courtesy by DigitalGlobe
Of note is the washout/slide in the upper right between the houses which covers the road. The center of the image has several businesses surrounded by mud and water. (Image Courtesty: DigitalGlobe)

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