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Water damage

Area starts drying out after record-setting rainfall

August 14, 2013

While the winds remained mostly mild, nearly four inches of water pounded the area Monday night into Tuesday morning, causing flash flooding, disabled vehicles, sink holes and massive water damage......

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alethia2002

Aug-15-13 1:11 AM

In response to asknot...I don't remember Monsoon season being in Ohio but this year I guess we picked up a 5th weather season lol

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alethia2002

Aug-15-13 1:09 AM

Totaled my vehicle Monday night also....hit high water on county road 3(veto road) I was stuck in the middle before I knew what had happened....carried my two year old to dry land...scariest situation I had ever been through!

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hockeypuck

Aug-14-13 4:52 PM

ALERT!! We must call Al Gore immediately if not sooner. This summer has not produced the global warming signals that the "do-gooders" were hoping for. The pretend scientist needs to give us some hope.

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BeRight

Aug-14-13 12:05 PM

Clean off the glasses: "contain the leaking"

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OldRichard

Aug-14-13 7:49 AM

The official rainfall may have been 3.7 inches, but I had over 4.5 inches in my back yeard raingauge on Warner Street.

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MT1234

Aug-14-13 7:34 AM

I wonder why the department would wish to "maintain the leaking"?

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