Millions of people remained without power today as Hurricane Isabel, which caused at least 24 deaths and potentially billions of dollars in damage, ebbed away from America‘s mid-Atlantic states.
Sat, 20 Sep, 2003
Flooding and power cuts were widespread across the east coast of America tonight and 17 people lay dead in the aftermath of hurricane Isabel.
Fri, 19 Sep, 2003
The east coast of America was mopping up after Hurricane Isabel today, while some tourists accused Washington of “overkill” for shutting down.
Hurricane Isabel pushed its way up the US eastern seaboard, weakening from 100 mph winds to a tropical storm but not before swamping roads and knocking out power to more than 2.5 million people.
Hurricane Isabel ploughed into the US east coast with 100 mph winds causing at least three deaths and knocking out power to more than 2.5 million people.
US President George W Bush today declared North Carolina a disaster area as Hurricane Isabel ploughed into coastal islands on the US eastern seaboard with 100 mph winds.
Nearly a million people were without electricity on America’s east coast tonight as hurricane Isabel slammed ashore.
Thu, 18 Sep, 2003
The large eye of a weakened Hurricane Isabel crossed the coastal islands off North Carolina today as the storm pounded the coast.
President George Bush today led hundreds of thousands of people fleeing from the path of hurricane Isabel as it bore down on America’s east coast.
Aer Lingus has cancelled its return flight between Shannon and the US city of Baltimore today as Hurricane Isabel moves closer to the US east coast.
Hurricane Isabel is closing in on the North Carolina coast with 105 mph winds and the potential for up to a foot of rain, threatening to cause ruinous flooding across the region.
Flights between Ireland and the US city of Baltimore are expected to face disruption in the coming days as Hurricane Isabel heads towards the US east coast.
Wed, 17 Sep, 2003
Cars, recreational vehicles and SUVs streamed inland from North Carolina’s coast as up to 90,000 people were urged to get out of the way of Hurricane Isabel, the most powerful storm in four years to menace the eastern US.
An elderly Florida woman has attacked her husband with a butcher's knife in a row over Hurricane Isabel.
Tue, 16 Sep, 2003
Residents up and down the US east coast boarded up windows and the military ordered ships and planes out of harm’s way as Hurricane Isabel headed toward land with 120mph winds.
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