Leonard Runnells wades into his yard Springfield, N.H., to tie down a dumpster in rising floodwaters Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011. A weakened but dangerous Tropical Storm Irene dumped up to half a foot of rain in places, flooded roads, knocked down trees and left more than 165,000 New Hampshire homes and businesses on the dark before blowing out of the state on Sunday. (AP Photo/The Valley News, James M. Patterson)

Leonard Runnells wades into his yard Springfield, N.H., to tie down a dumpster in rising floodwaters Sunday, Aug. 28, 2011. A weakened but dangerous Tropical Storm Irene dumped up to half a foot of rain in places, flooded roads, knocked down trees and left more than 165,000 New Hampshire homes and businesses on the dark before blowing out of the state on Sunday. (AP Photo/The Valley News, James M. Patterson)

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