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Cleanup around state from storm flooding to be slow process

Alex Spano, 7, and his brother, Joseph, 10, behind him, checked out the overflow from the Monatiquot River that ran onto Adams Street in Braintree yesterday. Alex Spano, 7, and his brother, Joseph, 10, behind him, checked out the overflow from the Monatiquot River that ran onto Adams Street in Braintree yesterday. (Pat Greenhouse/Globe Staff)
By Martin Finucane and Shana Wickett
Globe Staff | Globe Correspondent / March 18, 2010

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State officials say rivers in Eastern Massachusetts have crested and waters are starting to recede, but getting back to normal could take time for people in areas that were flooded after the recent deluge. (Full article: 409 words)

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