Paterson residents finally allowed back home after storm

Residents in Paterson are finally being allowed to return home after severe flooding ravaged the city.Officials say all seven bridges over the Passaic River suffered

PATERSON - Residents in Paterson are finally being allowed to return home after severe flooding ravaged the city.

Officials say all seven bridges over the Passaic River suffered damage due to the flooding, and three of the bridges remain closed.President Barack Obama is visiting Paterson tomorrow to survey the damage.

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