Flooding cars strain police and fire response
“Where are the police directing traffic? I couldn't even see the lines on the road because of the milling of the roads. Traffic is a freakin’ nightmare.”
— Debbie Nickerson Alicea, via facebook.com/stamfordadvocate “Global warming is real peeps.”
— Karen Canning Pierce, via facebook.com/stamfordadvocate “Our infrastructure is crumbling and our reps are focused on legislation to limit plastic bags.”
— joe-commuter, via stamfordadvocate.com “This reminds me of a similar situation five or six years ago. Someone from the city ‘forgot’ to open what they had to in the drain system. Areas that didn't normally have this sort of problem all of a sudden did. I can see places like East Main Street and Elm Street at exit 8. They get flooded when it drizzles.”
— StamfordRadioGuy, via stamfordadvocate.com
Cars move slowly through the flooded intersection of Jefferson and Harborview avenues on Tuesday.