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July 6, 1989 | From Associated Press
Twenty Amtrak trains were either delayed or canceled Wednesday, with passengers put on buses as heavy rain covered tracks along sections of the railroad's heavily traveled Northeast corridor, officials said. Amtrak spokesman Cliff Black said about 10,000 passengers were affected by the flooding that covered tracks north of Wilmington, Del., with six inches of water and debris.
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September 26, 1992 | Associated Press
Tropical Storm Danielle churned up the East Coast on Friday with 45 m.p.h. winds, prompting some residents of low-lying areas of Maryland to flee to higher ground. About 20 residents of St. George Island, Md., along the Potomac River, left for several hours after the storm dumped nine inches of water on roads, a state Emergency Management Agency official said. Delaware Gov. Michael N.
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September 26, 1992 | Associated Press
Tropical Storm Danielle churned up the East Coast on Friday with 45 m.p.h. winds, prompting some residents of low-lying areas of Maryland to flee to higher ground. About 20 residents of St. George Island, Md., along the Potomac River, left for several hours after the storm dumped nine inches of water on roads, a state Emergency Management Agency official said. Delaware Gov. Michael N.
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January 5, 1992 | From Associated Press
A powerful Atlantic storm with winds of up to 70 m.p.h. pummeled resort towns in Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey on Saturday, forcing evacuations, damaging buildings and toppling utility lines. "It's a potentially very dangerous situation. The boardwalks are unsafe right now. There are power lines down. There is storm and sewer overflow," said Delaware Gov. Michael N. Castle, who toured the area.
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January 5, 1992 | From Associated Press
A powerful Atlantic storm with winds of up to 70 m.p.h. pummeled resort towns in Delaware, Maryland and New Jersey on Saturday, forcing evacuations, damaging buildings and toppling utility lines. "It's a potentially very dangerous situation. The boardwalks are unsafe right now. There are power lines down. There is storm and sewer overflow," said Delaware Gov. Michael N. Castle, who toured the area.
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July 6, 1989 | From Associated Press
Twenty Amtrak trains were either delayed or canceled Wednesday, with passengers put on buses as heavy rain covered tracks along sections of the railroad's heavily traveled Northeast corridor, officials said. Amtrak spokesman Cliff Black said about 10,000 passengers were affected by the flooding that covered tracks north of Wilmington, Del., with six inches of water and debris.
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