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Thursday, May 26, 2011

A little basement flooding aint nothing

Right. We thought we had it bad last night when a little water seeped into one of the downstair's rooms. Ann Arbor Railroad had a whole section of its embankment wash out onto Plymouth road, along with a small forest of trees. Just imagine if one of their trains had tried to make it across that stretch.

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