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Irene: 'Some storm hit rivers are still rising'

Flood waters could continue to rise in the US after tropical storm Irene soaked the north-east of the country.

Scott Snyder from the American Red Cross said that the state of Vermont was reeling from the worst flooding in nearly a century.

The storm, which has killed as many as 28 people, has now moved north to Canada.

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