After Hurricane Sally, Gulf Coast residents face flooding, power outages

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Published on 17 Sep 2020, 22:51
The remnants of Hurricane Sally are moving east, still pouring rain onto parts of the Southeast. In the storm’s wake, heavy flooding along the Gulf Coast is keeping rescuers busy, while others begin the work of cleaning up. Hundreds of thousands of people in Alabama and Florida are without power. John Yang reports on how residents are coping with the storm’s trail of destruction.

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