On August 28th, 2011, Hurricane Irene hit Southern Vermont, creating a flood of unimaginable proportions, devastating many of the rural communities which make up this region, like Wilmington and Jamaica. The flooding cut off major access roads throughout that part of the state, and laid waste to many homes and businesses. Five years later, the recovery is significant, but the scars are still visible and the memories remain. Producer Tony Dunne and Videographer Mark Langevin take a look at the aftermath of Hurricane Irene on its fifth anniversary.