Isabel Creates Struggle to Restore Power

Trees and power lines took the brunt of Hurricane Isabel's fury as the storm swept through the mid-Atlantic states Thursday. Millions remain without power, and it could be a week before electricity is fully restored. NPR's Andrea Seabrook reports.

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