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Isabel in Washington, D.C.

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Isabel in Washington, D.C.

Isabel in Washington, D.C.

Isabel in Washington, D.C.

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Power outages plague the suburbs of Washington, D.C. in the wake of Hurricane Isabel. The Potomac River is nearly 10 feet above flood stage, and 350,000 federal government workers have a second day off due to the storm. Hear NPR's Renee Montagne and Nancy Marshall of member station WAMU.

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