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A deluge of misery across the region

Waters flood roads, force out hundreds; dams threatened

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By Peter Schworm and Noah Bierman
Globe Staff / March 16, 2010

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A third day of rain pushed Eastern Massachusetts to a tipping point yesterday as a relentless nor’easter sent rivers and streams spilling over their banks, overwhelmed sewer systems, flooded major roads, and forced hundreds to leave their homes ahead of advancing waters. (Full article: 1410 words)

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