Hurricane Irene

Discussion in 'North East' started by ROOT BEER KING, Aug 28, 2011.

  1. RUSHMORE_14

    RUSHMORE_14 Junior Member

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    We got slammed by Irene
     

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  2. dbmg

    dbmg Experienced Member

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    WOW.... Saw your Gov on tv this AM he stated he is very concerned about the next couple days with the rise of the water and the associated flooding. Hope your safe and sound..:)
     
  3. bwalsh22

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    Wow, hope you are ok. What part of NJ are you in? I work in Raritan, with family near Princeton. I live in PA, and thankfully pretty quiet as I live on top of a hill.
     
  4. RUSHMORE_14

    RUSHMORE_14 Junior Member

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    We are in Monroe Township, near East Brunswick, Spotswood, Helmetta, and Jamesberg(pic). Power was in and out all day. Had my generator going all day. Middlesex County got it pretty bad. Princeton is about 20 min from me.
    There were evacuations all over town......I believe it will be worse tomorrow with rivers cresting all over. Some streets are like rivers. Police were on Jetskis today telling people to evacuate.......
    We shall see.
     
  5. lorne

    lorne Senior Member

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    hope all of you get though this disaster safe and sound.....
     
  6. Joyflyin

    Joyflyin Experienced Member Staff Member Moderator

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    Best of luck on getting out of this mess, man it looks rough up there.
     
  7. Jack Klarich

    Jack Klarich Expert Member

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    Never would have guessed it would impact the North East like that, Hope you all are OK
     
  8. HDDon

    HDDon Experienced Member Contributor Retired Moderators

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    Hope all our New York and New England members are safe.
     
  9. glider

    glider Veteran Member

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    We just got rain and wind (plenty of it) but other parts of the county are flooded so it hit differently in a close proximity.