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Prattsville museum looks back at storm

Jul 09, 2012 11:01 pm
[caption id="" align="aligncenter" width="2592"]Flood damage from Hurricane Irene at the Zadock Pratt Museum is evident on the bottom half of the walls; Larry Gambon's photographs of the flood damage from Hurricane Irene are on the top. The photography exhibition is on display through October 30, 2012. Photo by Jess Puglisi.[/caption]WGXC's Jess Puglisi spoke to Larry Gambon, Andrew Reid, and Janelle Maurer last weekend at the Zadock Pratt Museum in Prattsville about the flood devastation and recovery efforts in from the storms associated with Hurricane Irene. Prattsville was the hardest hit local community, with scores of residents deserting the wrecked town in the months since the storm. Gambon's photographs from the aftermath of the flood in Prattsville are on display through October 30 in the Museum. Click here to listen to Jess Puglisi's entire report. (28:45) Click here to hear an excerpt of the report, talking to Andrew Reid, a five-year Prattsville resident who leads tours at the museum, and Janelle Maurer, who owns the Prattsville Diner.