Katrina Mellinger cautiously navigates a flooded sidewalk Thursday morning while pushing a stroller holding her daughter, Naomi Williams, 2, along Goethals Drive near Finch Street in Richland. They were headed to a transit bus stop in the rain when they encountered the waterlogged sidewalk caused by a clogged storm drain. The National Weather Service forecast calling for partly sunny skies over the next couple of days should permit the soggy conditions to dry out.
Katrina Mellinger cautiously navigates a flooded sidewalk Thursday morning while pushing a stroller holding her daughter, Naomi Williams, 2, along Goethals Drive near Finch Street in Richland. They were headed to a transit bus stop in the rain when they encountered the waterlogged sidewalk caused by a clogged storm drain. The National Weather Service forecast calling for partly sunny skies over the next couple of days should permit the soggy conditions to dry out. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald
Katrina Mellinger cautiously navigates a flooded sidewalk Thursday morning while pushing a stroller holding her daughter, Naomi Williams, 2, along Goethals Drive near Finch Street in Richland. They were headed to a transit bus stop in the rain when they encountered the waterlogged sidewalk caused by a clogged storm drain. The National Weather Service forecast calling for partly sunny skies over the next couple of days should permit the soggy conditions to dry out. Bob Brawdy Tri-City Herald

Sloshing along on a soggy sidewalk

January 11, 2018 03:15 PM

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