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Flood images from my nieghborhood

Flood photos from around my neighborhood. 

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breakingblog:

On Friday, we created @BreakingIrene to give you a concentrated feed of real-time Hurricane Irene updates, alerts and eyewitness media curated by our editors. It was very much an experiment for us. We were already covering the story on BreakingNews.com, @BreakingNews and our other…

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brooklynmutt:

This photo is real: Highway 12 along Outer Banks in NC breaks apart  (via @stephanieabrams)

brooklynmutt:

This photo is real: Highway 12 along Outer Banks in NC breaks apart  (via @stephanieabrams)

(via inothernews)

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CNN’s iReport can be easy to mock some times. Not this one though. 

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Remember this “flood” video from 2005? 

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In case of a Hurricane DO NOT dress like a bear and go to the beach. 

(Source: ayazhyder.com)

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usnews:

That’s why the National Endowment for Financial Education suggests putting together all of your important documents, along with cash and credit cards, so you can easily grab them and go if you need to quickly leave your home. Banks and ATMs can shut down during emergencies, so it’s a good idea to have cash on hand in advance. The nonprofit also recommends keeping your insurance company’s contact information handy in case you need to call them on the go and get information about reimbursements and coverage.

Now is also a good time to check up on just what your homeowners insurance or rental insurance covers. According to the MetLife Auto & Home Insurance Literacy Survey, many homeowners don’t know just what their policy covers and sometimes end up paying for repairs that would have been covered by their policies.

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The calm before the storm HURRICANE!

The calm before the storm HURRICANE!

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newsweek:

This web cam at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk comes complete with sound. Pretty much required viewing over the next 24 hours.

newsweek:

This web cam at the Myrtle Beach Boardwalk comes complete with sound. Pretty much required viewing over the next 24 hours.

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"Get the Hell off the beach in Asbury Park and get out. It’s 4:30. You’ve maximized your tan."

NJ Governor CHRIS CHRISTIE, remarking on New Jerseyans who are “still on the beach,” in advance of Hurricane Irene.

Excellent.

(via inothernews)

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metsingaround:

The flood barriers are set in Citi Field.

metsingaround:

The flood barriers are set in Citi Field.

(Source: metsingaround, via sportsnetny)

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breakingblog:

We’ve been curating real-time news about Hurricane Irene since the storm formed in the Atlantic on Aug. 20. All of these updates have been published to BreakingNews.com, our mobile apps and a good portion of them have also been shared to our social channels - @BreakingNews,