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WET WEATHER

Creek causes evacuations in Brocton

June 29, 2013

BROCTON — Heavy rainfall, estimated to be between 2 and 4 inches per hour, caused havoc and evacuations in the Village of Brocton Friday morning....

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ProudToBeUnAmerican

Jun-29-13 7:00 AM

"Traversing the bridge, he took shelter in his home with his five dogs." What an IDIOT! And he's a fireman? Hasn't this jerk ever heard the saying, "Turn around, don't drown"? What a great role-model for the citizens of Brocton to look up to!!!

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Steiner

Jun-29-13 7:58 AM

While we are getting drenched, the West is baking under high pressure. I heard a learned official say that, the heat was due to greenhouse gases in the air. Hmmm, the exact opposite is occuring in the East with the same level of green house gases . A weather guy then explained the jet stream had made a sine wave pattern over the US. Up in the west and down in the east. This sinks global warming nuts on the spot. The jet stream or nitrate power is behind this.

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225522

Jun-29-13 4:50 PM

" Don't mess with mother nature"

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