Flood Rescue | #tbt

Published by July 23, 2015 11:31 pm Leave your thoughts

On July 7, 1935, the skies north of the Southern Tier opened up, dumping more than eleven inches of rain in some areas. The event caused widespread flooding and was one of the worst natural disasters in the history of the Southern Tier.

No Comments

Comments

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *


Listen Live
  • WSKG Radio
  • WSQX Radio

WSKG on Twitter

wskg @wskg
WSKG  @wskg
December 5, 2016 | Recession-Proof City Budgets? Think Resilience, Experts Say https://t.co/7TvWjAlncZ https://t.co/wb1rWirAQl 
WSKG  @wskg
RT @NancyCoddington:We are having fun building at the Discovery Center in #Binghamton today till 1p. #WSKGbuddingBuilders @WSKG https://t.co/NZIfiHuMHV 
WSKG  @wskg
December 2, 2016 | EPA Changes To Fracking Study Downplay Risk Of Drinking Water Pollution https://t.co/5ebhWYFam2 https://t.co/FbaCxG5Uko