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‘True depth of the loss’ still unclear after Ida remnants slam New York says governor

By AFP
11 September 2021   |   5:47 pm
"Even the morning after, we’re still uncovering the true depth of the loss," New York Governor Kathy Hochul says during a news conference a day after remnants of Hurricane Ida slammed New York City.

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