Sights and Sounds of Tropical Storm Hanna
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Sights and Sounds of Tropical Storm Hanna

Despite Tropical Storm Hanna's downpour, locals and tourists tried to go about their day in Washington, D.C. The situation was worse in the Huntington area of Fairfax County, where 114 homes were evacuated because of flooding. Video by Pierre Kattar/washingtonpost.com

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