Oct 23, 2014 9:40 AM
Heavy rain and winds have caused some minor power outages and flooding around New Hampshire.
In Nashua, there were reports of a retaining wall collapse on Canal Street as well as a lane closure near Exit 8 of the F.E. Everette Turnpike because of standing water in the roadway.
There also was standing water on roads in the city. Outside of Fairgrounds Middle School, cars cautiously moved through a flooded street.
On the Seacoast, Hampton had no major problems but Public Works Director Keith Noyes said the town had the usual flooding in the Brown Avenue area near the police and fire stations.
Manchester Public Works Director Kevin Sheppard said there were no major problems in that city as of 9 a.m. Wednesday.
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