Isabel's Aftermath NPR's Brian Naylor updates us on the aftermath of Hurricane Isabel. More than 4.5 million people lost power before the system weakened into a tropical depression. Communities along the Chesapeake Bay were flooded, though there was less rain than expected. The storm was blamed for at least 17 deaths: nine in Virginia, three in North Carolina, two in Maryland and one each in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Rhode Island.
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NPR's Brian Naylor updates us on the aftermath of Hurricane Isabel. More than 4.5 million people lost power before the system weakened into a tropical depression. Communities along the Chesapeake Bay were flooded, though there was less rain than expected. The storm was blamed for at least 17 deaths: nine in Virginia, three in North Carolina, two in Maryland and one each in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Rhode Island.