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FLOOD: Photo galleries of damage

(PATRICK DODSON / GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER) New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to Andrea Bouch outside her flood damaged home alongside the Otsquago Creek on Reid Street in the village of Fort Plain on Monday, July 1, 2013.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
(PATRICK DODSON / GAZETTE PHOTOGRAPHER) New York Governor Andrew Cuomo speaks to Andrea Bouch outside her flood damaged home alongside the Otsquago Creek on Reid Street in the village of Fort Plain on Monday, July 1, 2013.
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— Gazette photographers have been in Montgomery County every day since Friday, when flooding struck the area.

They have captured the damage and the recovery efforts.

Follow @dgazette on Twitter for more of our flood coverage, including stories, photos and videos.

Additional Flood Coverage

Fort Plain faced continued threat of flooding on Monday

Gov. Andrew Cuomo calls on President Barack Obama to issue a federal disaster declaration for New York.

Fort Plain's economy will need help, including a new home for the Save-a-Lot.

The Fort Plain woman who was swept away in her mobile home only had minutes to react.

Gov. Andrew Cuomo took an aerial tour of the damage on Friday.

Audio slideshows of Saturday's recovery efforts and of Cuomo's visit to Fort Plain on Monday.

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mj3843
July 2, 2013
8:29 p.m.

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Our hearts goes out to those that got flooded out. We know what it is like we lost everything when "Irene" hit Schoharie. The ironic thing is they got hit June 28th and "Irene" hit Schoharie on August 28, 2011. We no longer live in Schoharie or the county. We have a house in Fultonville and it is on a hill; and, no need for flood insurance as of yet. Our hopes and prayers go out to all.

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