CONCORD, N.H. (AP) — State emergency management officials say New Hampshire has in excess of $14.2 million in estimated damages from last week's storm that damaged roads and bridges, left hundreds of thousands without power and flooded rivers.
Homeland Security Director Perry Plummer says the greatest amount of damage is in Carroll, Coos, Grafton, and Hillsborough counties.
Assessment teams from the Federal Emergency Management Agency are working with state and local governments to conduct preliminary damage assessments. They were scheduled to start Tuesday in Bartlett.
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