posted on Mar, 8 2011 @ 10:33 PM
United Utilities opened some gate to relieve pressure on the lake (or something like that), it jammed open causing a tsunami of water to roar down the
Derwent, taking out bridges along the way, which makes a lot of sense, especially when you look at what Workington bridge was and how heavy those
sandstone blocks must have been, I must have walked across that bridge thousands of times either on the way to the cinema or just to my uncles, and
I'm telling you it must have been a hell of a force that toppled it.
Of course thats not the official story, but I have it on good word thats what happened.
Kevin Commons would have took his own mother to court if it meant making money, he was a greedy, evil man who cared nothing about his clients or the
people he had in court, he tried taking my previously mention uncle to court over planning permission, my uncle nearly commited suicide as he thought
he was gonna have to pay out tens of thousands of pounds in fines, thank god he won the case though.
The whole thing in Cumbria was just a run of bad luck, 3 times unlucky, the floods, the schoolkids dying in the bus crash and then Bird. Bad times,
but Cumbria is strong.
As for your linking them together, it's just West Cumbria, and K. Commons dealt with a lot of the goings on, its not unusual for his firms name to be
against quite a few things.
edit on 8/3/11 by woogleuk because: (no reason given)