WILMINGTON, N.C. — With Irene gone, cleanup crews began pumping water out of soggy subway tunnels, fixing traffic lights in the nation's capital and clearing debris from hundreds of roads as the East Coast readied for the workweek. Although early indications were that the damage was not as bad as feared, it will be days before things get back to normal in many places.
Repairs could take days after Hurricane Irene causes flooding, power outages
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