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Satellite Images Show Irene's Devastation in Vermont

September 6, 2011
DigitalGlobe has recently released two satellite images depicting the devastating effects of Hurricane Irene in Vermont.

This is a satellite image of damage in Killington, Vermont. The bright red vegetation is healthy and the grey areas are where earth has given way in a mud slide around the resort and parking lots. (credit: DigitalGlobe)



This is a satellite image of severe damage in Vermont in the town of Killington along US Hwy 4 and Road 100. Of note is the washout/slide in the upper right between the houses which covers the road. In the center, the pavement that has been washed away by high creek waters. The center of the image has several businesses surrounded by mud and water. (credit: DigitalGlobe)



This is a satellite image of damage at the ski runs in Killington, Vermont. (credit: DigitalGlobe) www.digitalglobe.com