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Here We Go Again

Rye has been hit with record rains since Irene stormed through town two weekends ago. Roads have buckled, manhole covers have turned into fountains, ponds have sprouted up where they didn't exist before, and the RHS football field is totally underwater again. Early Thursday morning, Indian Village and Wappanocca Avenue residents were awakened by a Reverse 911 call or a neighbor knocking on their door telling them to move their cars off the street and to prepare for the water to come over Blind Brook again.

 

Rye has been hit with record rains since Irene stormed through town two weekends ago. Roads have buckled, manhole covers have turned into fountains, ponds have sprouted up where they didn't exist before, and the RHS football field is totally underwater again. Early Thursday morning, Indian Village and Wappanocca Avenue residents were awakened by a Reverse 911 call or a neighbor knocking on their door telling them to move their cars off the street and to prepare for the water to come over Blind Brook again.

 

-- Robin Jovanovich

 

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