Knee-Deep on the North Shore

The waters are receding but more than 2,500 people are still evacuated from their homes, businesses remain flooded, and many schools are closed. The flooding has hit hardest in the Merrimack Valley and Governor Mitt Romney says it will take about ten days to assess the damage. The worst flooding since the 1930s is likely to cost tens of millions of dollars to repair.

Monica Brady-Myerov visits some North Shore communities to report on how residents are coping.

This program aired on May 17, 2006. The audio for this program is not available.


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