Flood­ing cars strain po­lice and fire re­sponse

Stamford Advocate (Sunday) - - News -

“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

Michael Cummo / Hearst Con­necti­cut Me­dia

Cars move slowly through the flooded in­ter­sec­tion of Jef­fer­son and Har­borview av­enues on Tues­day.

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