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4 thoughts on “Beach Drive overflow could create skids on ice

  1. I’ve seen water on the road there for the last few years. Even when the rest of the road is dry there always seems to be a rivulet crossing there. And when we get these strong road storms there can be a significant amount of water.

  2. Looks like an ice rink in the making (when the weather cools to below freezing). Should make for another story in the Sun, when the inevitible accidents happen there. Who’ll be liable?

  3. 3-5 inches of water on the road at times seems excessive to me. I’ve driven through it and can attest to the wave of water that comes up from vehicles tires as they go through it Also the amount of water on the windshield could cause temporary lack of clear vision. Not to mention what it may be like when it freezes. I would guess that the county would bear some responsibility for any problems this may cause. Motor safely…

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