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Hurricane Isabel swept up the East Coast in September 2003, toppling trees onto power lines and leaving about 1.25 million Marylanders without electricity. Thousands were in the dark for about a week. The storm caused millions of dollars in damage and was blamed for the deaths of at least 38 people.  Flooding in Bowleys Quarters, Md. (Photo by Crystal Payton / Courtesy FEMA)

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Special Report produced by Maryland Newsline's Stephen E. Mather and Kyle Orland, in conjunction with the Capital News Service print and broadcast staffs; banner graphic by Mather and Orland, incorporating photo from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration; CNS print stories edited by Steve Crane and Adrianne Flynn; CNS-TV stories edited by Dave Burns; Web content edited by Chris Harvey.

Published Nov. 13, 2003.

Copyright 2003 University of Maryland Philip Merrill College of Journalism


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