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Napolitano: Not out of the woods yet

Homeland Security Secretary Janet Napolitano assesses Irene and says that while the storm has passed New York and New Jersey, the U.S. East Coast still should be on alert. Napolitano urges East Coast residents to stay off roads as much as possible. FEMA’s Craig Fugate also provides an update.