Albany hospital gets extra 68m gallons of water during flood surge

Albany hospital gets extra 68m gallons of water during flood surge

Two inches of rain fell Friday afternoon in Westchester County, putting about 16 inches of water between Syracuse and Albany.

With more than 72 inches of rain, Niagara Falls is about one and a half feet a바카라사이트bove normal, according to the National Weather Service office.

Water rose from the ground late Thursday, pushing the roof down on the Syracuse home of a man named Michael P. Kelly.

The roof, built with four levels, was not working properly and was falling down, said Kelly's mother, Lisa Kelly.

"The water was coming up from the roof," said Kelly's daughter, Jessica Paley, whose father and mother are both nurses. "It could have killed everybody."

Jessica Kelly, her husband and their newborn were rescued and taken to a hotel after the roof collapsed. Their only shelter from the flood was a cardboard box placed under their bed.

The building of a second home, which houses his mother, had been placed on the upper floor, P더킹카지노aley said.

There were other rescue attempts around Syracuse, including a boat for the woman and family, Jessica Paley said. Other families lost their homes to rain, said John Rizzuto, spokesman for the district of public safety바카라사이트. The county had evacuated about 300 homes and businesses and was working to restore water service to about 200 people, Rizzuto said.