Home swept away by floodwaters in New Hampshire

- A terrifying moment was captured on video as a home in New Hampshire was swept away by a flooded river. 

The home was picked up and dragged away by the Baker River, then the house crashed into a bridge in Warren, New Hampshire. 

It tipped on its side and was torn apart, but the homeowners were apparently not home at the time. 

There were no reports of injuries. 

The river flooded after severe storms blew through the New England region Sunday night leaving more than a million people without power. 
 

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