40 Killed in Irene, Flooding Continues

Towns in Vermont and New York remain cut off by flooding Tuesday and some communities are still watching rivers continue to rise. More than 1 million people are still without power after Hurricane Irene slammed into the East Coast over the weekend. The storm has been blamed for at least 40 deaths in 11 different states. Train services resumed today in many areas, allowing commuters to return to work. However, officials continue to closely monitor flooding and rescue people from areas cut off by water. Emergency officials say an early estimate of Irene's damage is between $7 billion and $10 billion.