Kenneth Geib, left, and other members of the Army National Guard’s 42nd Infantry Division work to load water, food and other supplies into trucks that will be taken to relief shelters in Schoharie, Middleburg, N.Y., from the Cobelskill, N.Y, Fairgrounds on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011. Tropical Storm Irene put a $1 billion whipping on New York, most of it upstate where heavy rains spawned flash floods that shredded roads, washed out bridges and knocked buildings from their foundations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. (AP Photo/The Daily Star, Benjamin Patton)

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Kenneth Geib, left, and other members of the Army National Guard’s 42nd Infantry Division work to load water, food and other supplies into trucks that will be taken to relief shelters in Schoharie, Middleburg, N.Y., from the Cobelskill, N.Y, Fairgrounds on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011.   Tropical Storm Irene put a $1 billion whipping on New York, most of it upstate where heavy rains spawned flash floods that shredded roads, washed out bridges and knocked buildings from their foundations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.  (AP Photo/The Daily Star, Benjamin Patton)
Kenneth Geib, left, and other members of the Army National Guard’s 42nd Infantry Division work to load water, food and other supplies into trucks that will be taken to relief shelters in Schoharie, Middleburg, N.Y., from the Cobelskill, N.Y, Fairgrounds on Wednesday, Aug. 31, 2011. Tropical Storm Irene put a $1 billion whipping on New York, most of it upstate where heavy rains spawned flash floods that shredded roads, washed out bridges and knocked buildings from their foundations, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday. (AP Photo/The Daily Star, Benjamin Patton)
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