Riding in Grand Forks, N.D., past street after street with debris piled 3 to 4 feet high along the curbs, H. George Anderson could only shake his head. Front-end loaders prowled the streets in a losing effort to haul away ruined furniture, washing machines, paneling and insulation. A Porta-potty stood on every corner.
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