Battered Hatteras Faces Long Hurricane Cleanup

The 300 residents of Hatteras Village, North Carolina, face a long rebuilding process in the wake of Hurricane Isabel. The storm's tidal surge destroyed dozens of homes and businesses, flooded many others, and severed the only road to the mainland. NPR's Adam Hochberg reports.

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