Monday, October 10, 2005
In the Wake of the Flood....
Governor assesses damage; some dams still in danger of failing
Gov. John Lynch was briefed Monday morning by state emergcency management officials on flooding that knocked out roads and bridges and killed at least two people in the southwest part of the state.
Lynch had flown to
"This is the worst damage they've seen from flooding in 25 years in
Two people died in Unity when their car drove off a washed-out bridge into the Little Sugar River and overturned Sunday. After the car was recovered, the bodies of two 20-year-olds were found inside. Steven Day, of Unity, and Ashley Gate, of
Keene resonates with sounds of generators, pumps
Two of the confirmed deaths occurred when a young man and woman drove off a washed-out bridge into the Little Sugar River in Unity on Sunday. The bodies of Steven Day of Unity and Ashley Gate of
The third death was a man spotted from the air Sunday afternoon in a cornfield next to the Cold Driver in Langdon, said Col. Jeff Gray of the Fish and Game Department. The man remained unidentified Monday, but Gray said the death appeared to be flood-related.
A kayaker was missing on the
During the weekend, residents downstream of the
Water continued to flow over the
The worse than useless mainstream media isn't reporting it, but there was also a Hurricane Stan that kill 763 people so far in South America.