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Vermont Flooding: A Devastating Natural Disaster

Vermont Flooding: A Devastating Natural Disaster. The recent storm that swept through Vermont has caused extensive flooding and devastation to the state. It has left towns isolated, homes destroyed, and a railroad track dangling in mid-air. The flooding has created knee-high water, which has made it impossible for residents to move around. In this blog post, we’ll explore the flood’s impact on Vermont and what its residents are dealing with.

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The flooding has caused extensive damage throughout the state. Many towns and homes have been severely affected, leaving residents scrambling for shelter and assistance. Emergency services have been deployed in the affected areas to offer aid, but the extent of the damage is massive such that many residents are still stuck in their homes.

The already water-logged areas may experience resurgence of the floods due to the continuous rainfall registered in the area. More assistance is needed to help the residents evacuate to safer areas.

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Many bridges have collapsed in the aftermath of the flooding, adding to the danger of residents who want to move across the affected towns. The bridge collapses make it nearly impossible for people to commute safely to many areas of the state.

The rail track that is dangling from a fallen tree has caused a spectacle with many people flocking to view the unusual sight. The view was thrilling enough for the locals to take their phones out for snaps and pictures. It is an unprecedented look at the power of nature.

The flooding has also affected many businesses in the state. The closure of roads and bridges, as well as the inaccessibility of many areas, has disrupted supply chains and made it nearly impossible for some companies to operate.

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