Hurricane Irene's Impact Through Your Eyes

Readers upload photos and videos of what they saw during 2011 natural disaster.

On Aug. 28, 2011, , including Washington Township, causing floods not seen in more than 100 years according to some locals.

, as were you, dealing with road closures, extended power outages and damaged homes.

It was a historic moment, to say the least.

Leading up to the anniversary of the storm, we asked readers to show us their photos and videos of what they saw from that incredible time. We've added a few from our coverage as well.

If you'd like to add your own, just click on the upload photos button in the article.

As always, thanks for participating. 

Joseph Keyes August 28, 2012 at 06:16 PM
The photos here are chilling reminders of that awful time last August. Like many, we are still repairing the damage from Irene and that following Halloween. We just finished repainting up the exposed pieces of our basement floor with a heavyweight waterproof paint and there is still much to do. Most of our broken trees have been pruned or felled, but there are still some needing attention Even though our home is on a hill and away from nearby rivers, the property is flat and sits on a high water table allowing few outlets for natural remediation. Every time I ride past the SMR-513 crossing, I remember those photographs of the flooded intersection and hope we are spared from the wrath of this hurricane season.


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