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From: Sewhappie
Date: 08-09-2007, 08:08 PM (1 of 3)

The barn at Lodi is about 8 miles directly west of me.

The Gas sign on the car is about 1 mile east of the barn at I-71 & I-76.

The one for Doylestown is really in Green, about a 1/2 mile north of my sisters house.

The one at Hartville is what greeted us as we walked out of The Hartville Kitchen with the sirens blasting.

Our street was flooded and the manhole cover at the end of our drive had been forced off by the force of the water rushing in the storm drain. I have seen the inside of this thing and it is HUGE, so that was ALOT of water going thru there.
User: Sewhappie
Member since: 10-27-2001
Total posts: 1427
From: vickki
Date: 08-09-2007, 08:15 PM (2 of 3)
We had terrible flooding here as well,even a tornado that is unheard of here.Alot of property damage as well as the bridges and streets...My son and I went to his cottage and the bridge was submerged under water and the road was washed away in places...
User: vickki
Member since: 08-21-2005
Total posts: 374
From: sue in NE
Date: 08-09-2007, 08:21 PM (3 of 3)
Terrible weather. i grew up in Stow and have seen flooding like this- decades ago, before storm sewers. My aunt and uncle lived near Hartville. Don't recall weather like this, though. As long as the water suppluy and electricity work, you'll be OK. Sure it is terribly mugge there, too. Sue in NE
sue in NE
User: sue in NE
Member since: 12-09-2005
Total posts: 7
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