Residents resort to footbridge

Photo shows footbridge installed by resident to cross stream after flood washed out road

Southside resident Nancy Plesko said that people living on the far side of the destroyed section of Ootsa Nadina Road have used this footbridge to cross the stream that washed out the road. Children, accompanied by adults, have also used the bridge to get to the school bus, she said. (Nancy Plesko photo)

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