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It's the wettest May on record, and much of the state is still under flood watches and warnings. State health officials have warned people that flood water is toxic, and what is worse, Union Leader delivery has been delayed in some areas.

FEMA has begun preliminary damage assessment according to statements released by local and federal officials.

People have been evacuated in cities and towns all over the state, and some, as in Somersworth, are being warned to boil their drinking water. In Nashua, the Merrimack overflowed and hit a condo complex. Derry has declared a state of emergency.



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