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A feared mass killer, Irene got victims one by one
No mass killer, Irene took victims one by one with floodwaters, fire, falling trees
By The Associated Press

Hurricane Irene was forecast to be the biggest in decades to hit the Eastern Seaboard ' triggering evacuations, airport closures and the unprecedented shutdown of New York's mass transit system.

But unlike major hurricanes that kill dozens of victims at a time, this storm claimed a victim here and a victim there on its angry swirl through 13 states ' at least 46 U.S. deaths in all.

Irene didn't unleash the mass destruction on big cities that many people feared. But it killed people in a variety of ways, some of them conscientious people whose good intentions led to tragic deaths.



Irene's victims were killed in flash floods and by toppled trees, fires, electrocutions and carbon monoxide poisonings.


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