"It's pretty catastrophic," says Jim Lanza, returning to his office for the first time since the remnants of Hurricane Ida flooded his office in the New York suburb of Mamaroneck. A few streets away, Marcio Rodrigues wades through water to his destroyed car repair shop. "It was my dream. And I feel like I have lost everything now." The storm caused devastating floods in the US northeast, killing at least 47 people.
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