September 2012 marks the one-year anniversary of Tropical Storm Lee, which caused severe flooding in the eastern United States, including in Virginia. The following September 10, 2012, article from the Scranton, Penn. Times-Tribune takes a one-year look-back at the flooding and recovery in the Susquehanna River basin—the Chesapeake Bay’s largest tributary—in Pennsylvania and New York:
Flood muck gone but effects lurk; Environmental damage may take years to show, Scranton (Pa.) Times-Tribune, 9/10/12.
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