Looking back at the floods of 2010.
The flood has left an archipelago in Waterplace (well, OK, it is only two islands). You actually have to smell it to get the full effect. All photos by Jef Nickerson
A few more submissions to our Flickr Group of the flood. This time, the aftermath in Eagle Square, photos taken last week: And one of Slater Mill: All photos © e_pics. If you’d like your photos featured here, join our Flickr Group and submit them.
Video from WJAR-TV Providence, extended footage at WCVB-TV Boston In the media we’ve been hearing a lot of talk about solutions to these flooding issues. People in areas prone to flooding wanting solutions from the government, etc. The fact is, there isn’t really a solution. If the Pawtuxet or other rivers want to leave their banks, they will. But that …
Video and photos of the Woonasquatucket receding in Eagle Square.
Reader funkEpunkEmonkE has shared her flood photos with us in our Flickr Group, she calls them, Floodpacolypse. Pawtucket Cranston Photos © funkEpunkEmonkE If you have storm photos, please share them in our Flickr Group or email them to us.
Photos submitted to our Flickr Group by boliyou: Photos © boliyou If you have storm photos, please share them in our Flickr Group or email them to us.
Videos submitted to our Flickr Group of the Pawtuxet in the Village by SecondEmpire: If you have storm photos, please share them in our Flickr Group or email them to us.
More reader submissions of the flood. Photos and video © TheWoolverine:
The Woonasquatucket, this afternoon. Not high tide yet.
Reader kd1s subbmited these photos and videos from the Eagle Square area to our Flickr Group: Photos and videos (cc) kd1s from Flickr If you have storm photos, please share them in our Flickr Group or email them to us.
Walked from Waterplace to Eagle Square earlier (almost had to swim at one point):
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Valley Street in Providence as it was being evacuated this morning. Photo from Providence Monthly’s Facebook Page So this is beyond rain, I think we need a new word for this. We’d like to know what is going on where you are. If you have photos, please share them in our Flickr Group or email them to us. Stay safe …