Lake Placid, NY, Aug 27, 2012 — A year ago this week, tropical storm Irene pounded its way up the New England coast, turning inland across New York and Vermont. Torrents of rain triggered flash floods in dozens of mountain villages, wiping out homes and businesses. On the eve of the anniversary, Brian Mann went back to Snowslip Farm outside Lake Placid, one of the businesses hit hardest by the storm.
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