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I feel like homeless begger from this people I am using their shower for all kids and internet, do anything you want just please post it, I want people to see it, please tell them this was not rain, no RAIN, and also the name of the guy I spoke with at brooklyn channel 12 was Bill Zito. still no coverage, nothing... I am not asking for anything, just help me figure this out.... people donating money will never come to us, and personally we can do it without out, just don't want people thinking that victims actually get it... maybe i am wrong. trying to see how I can get abt on my blackberry....
Originally posted by Rocks123
Just more info before I get kicked out, Surf Avenue, West 8th Street, Brooklyn NY, please use map to figure out location, nothing underground, NO Rain, we get alot of Rain in April, google information, we can get so much rain, but never flooded NEVER..... this occured around 7:50pm, my husband went down to save the car, around 8:03 lights went out, he came back around 8:10, he had to swim back, it took maximum of 25 minutes to flood parkings full of car up to roof top, he got scared when he saw on top of us the trainstaition and buildings lights going out and knew that I am probably going crazy worried about him so he realized that if he does not start swimming he wont make it back, he also mentioned that lights went with a sound of BOOM..... !!!!!! please use the address for information, please look at the video and let me know what I am missing.
Originally posted by judydawg
reply to post by Rocks123
Are you sure it was not rain hitting the ground that hard that it bounced up. I saw a hail storm like this one time and the hail looked like it was bursting from the ground.
Originally posted by FlySolo
reply to post by PaperbackWriter
I would think that could be sea water. Surf ave is pretty close to the shore.
The oldest, continually operating aquarium in the United States, the New York Aquarium first opened December 10, 1896 at Castle Garden, Battery Park, Manhattan. In October 1941, it was closed in anticipation of the construction of a tunnel from lower Manhattan to Brooklyn. The animals were temporarily houses at the Bronx Zoo until they are able to be relocated to the new address of the aquarium at Brooklyn's Coney Island boardwalk on June 6, 1957. 1