You’re living a pretty good life in rural New Hampshire, the foliage is beautiful, the scenery along the river is lovely, and then it starts raining and doesn’t quit and, the next thing you know, your house is floating away until it’s destroyed by a bridge.
This is so sad. Update this house is in Warren NH off studio road along the baker river the storm in July washed away…
Posted by Tom Babbit on Monday, October 30, 2017
Wind from the powerful storm in northern New England reached 130 miles per hour by one estimate. Almost 400,000 people were without power.
The storm hit on the fifth anniversary of Hurricane Sandy.
Related weather: Video, photos: Aerial view of Lake Superior storm damage (Duluth News Tribune)
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