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Long Island Synagogue Still Recovering From Ida DamageA synagogue located in a low-lying area of Long Island was swamped with six feet of water when the remnants of Hurricane Ida hit. Now, months later, it is still trying to recover; CBS2's Jennifer McLogan reports.
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