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AutoBlog: Michigan floods from breached dams consume Pontiac Fiero collection


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Will have to go so far around that whole mess to get up to my Northern property.  So sorry for all involved, many homes are total loss.  Whatta bummer bout the Fiero shop N cars. Only high point is no loss of life. 

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Agree with Justa. No loss of life. Thankfully the warning about the dams being breached got out in time. Had to suspend certain rules of the pandemic for people in makeshift shelters at some local high schools though. Some people actual decided to sleep in their cars and tricks rather than in the shelter for fear of the coronavirus. Officials say that the river will crest and return to normal in five days, but our weather forecast at the moment - starting Sunday - is almost a week long rain fest. Damn. We really don't need more rain.

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13 hours ago, JUSTA6 said:

Whatta bummer bout the Fiero shop N cars. Only high point is no loss of life. 

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8 hours ago, Frosty said:

Agree with Justa. No loss of life. Thankfully the warning about the dams being breached got out in time. Had to suspend certain rules of the pandemic for people in makeshift shelters at some local high schools though. Some people actual decided to sleep in their cars and tricks rather than in the shelter for fear of the coronavirus. Officials say that the river will crest and return to normal in five days, but our weather forecast at the moment - starting Sunday - is almost a week long rain fest. Damn. We really don't need more rain.

Agreed with y'all on the no loss of life.

With the fire down near us and the flood here, I can't imagine being displaced during this virus. Lots of people's homes are their sanctuaries at the moment. Hoping the majority have minimal damage and can get back to their current normal quickly.

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