recover city worker vehicle

flashflooding cont.

these are more pictures from may 30th where the creek on 3rd and 4th st vinton floodeed out

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Baby Froggee says ... on Sunday, Jun 15 at 1:20 AM

You know people don't have a lot of money these days. If the property isn't condemned from the flooding that they get hit with, then they should have the option to live there as best they can. Nature can be horrible sometimes-they didn't ask for it

jeff bush says ... on Monday, Jun 2 at 12:58 AM

actually the city was turning off the gas to this property as it is the proper procedure in this situation and it is better then the city worker risking his health or injury by walking through flood waters. Keep up the good work.

Destiny Lanham says ... on Friday, May 30 at 2:37 PM

i dont know why these people dotn just tare there house down... its flooded like a million times and is in really bad condition... why dont we sace a lot of trouble and just get rid of it

annoymous says ... on Friday, May 30 at 2:15 PM

what was the city doing wasting tax payers dollars to check on the flood with expensive equipment.

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