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Ida flooding covers 22,400 miles of land in the Northeast: ICEYE

New York City, USA. 01st Sep, 2021. Members of the FDNY wade through waist high water caused by flash flooding brought by the remnants of hurricane Ida, in the New York City borough of Queens, NY, September 1, 2021. More than three inches of rain fell per
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Satellite analytics company ICEYE released flood facts for New Jersey, Pennsylvania and other parts of the Northeast impacted by the remnants of Hurricane Ida, showing that 3,791 buildings were affected by heavy flooding in Northern and Central Jersey, and that 22,400 miles of land in the Northeast were impacted overall.

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