Flooded New Hampshire Braces for More

The search continues today in New Hampshire for four people still missing following last weekend's flooding.

With the National Weather Service predicting more rain, officials are going door-to-door giving residents advice on what to do if they need to get out quickly again.

The state is asking for $5 million in federal disaster aide to rebuild roads and bridges, though Governor John Lynch puts the damage in the tens of millions.

New Hampshire Public Radio's Dan Gorensteen has more on the story.

This program aired on October 13, 2005. The audio for this program is not available.


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