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Conn. Town Copes With Irene's Fading Wrath

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Conn. Town Copes With Irene's Fading Wrath

Conn. Town Copes With Irene's Fading Wrath

Conn. Town Copes With Irene's Fading Wrath

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The worst of Tropical Storm Irene has passed New York, but it's still causing havoc in southern New England. The town of Stonington, Conn., is dealing with downed power lines, flooding and fire. Guest host John Ydstie talks to Ed Haberek Jr. Stonington's director of Emergency Management.

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