Saturday, June 15, 2024

THR PRICE WE PAY......... PART TWO

 

All i can say is ....... Florida  is  over populated  ..........too many people ......... crammed into places like  miami/ft lauderdale..... ....it was  not  designed  for  all these   neuvo riche...... disgusting pseudo wannabe  ....rat  cages ..........it is  all it  is   ....... cunts  piled on top of   cunts in a  limited   place ....throw in a   gym ......  and  a pool........ and  a conference  room .........you don't  actually own the  condo .......you  just lease it ........they  can get rid of  you any time .....by law  .....you do  not   own a  part  of  the  building .........you  pay for inside ......what!!!!!.....you think you own a  chunk of a  new  multi million dollar building ..........fuck no !!!!!......its a fools paradise ......... and  then you pay  every month all them fees  and  when the  condo   gets older   assessments .........that is  going to  fuck you   hard ........i live in a  condo ........for a   period of  time ......it was  okay  .....but never  again .......however.........  i have strayed off  topic .....about flooding  ...it is   because......  too many cunts in one place  ...all the  condos ......  people  using...... shitting...... and  pissing........ laundry...........showers......etc ........ etc .....think about the  dynamics of  the  drains  .......especially on  days  like .........  cinco  de mayo /st paddys day/......just to mention a  couple ......where  people eat........  and  drink like  fucking swines ......all that  green beer/corned beef/cabbage/mexican beer /tacos /burritos/tequila/enchiladas/rice/beans/guacamole  shit   on the  sewers ......

do the maths .....35 story condo ......ten condos per floor ........350 condos and  average of  2 cunts  per  condo  ....maybe  more or   less .......say in one   condominium......... 700....... in that  small acre or  two.......eating /shitting/ pissing using showers water/.....laundry .....has to go somewhere and there are lods of  condos ........in downtown  miami  ....... say brickell....... and  fort lauderdale ........so think of  all  the  water shit ........and  piss ......going to the  drains .........it was  not  designed for  this  ........this is ponly going to get worse    folks  they  keep  bui;ding rat  cages .........and  the  sewers  are not   designed  for  this  type of  living  .........they would have  to  dig  up all the sewers........ and  renew  these sewers  are  as  old  as  nancy pelossi or  older    .........get used  to  gettng wet............

How many homes and cars were damaged by the floods in South Florida? Take a look

Michelle Marchante, Alex Harris
4 min read

Hundreds of people will be filing claims for water damage to their homes and cars in the coming days as South Florida tries to recover from three days of flooding rain.

And expect for more wet weather over the weekend. Forecasters don’t think the weather will be as bad as during the week, but it’s still a concern for hard-hit areas, mostly in northeastern Miami-Dade and southern Broward. Some flooded areas, including Miami Beach, Hallandale Beach and North Miami, have seen more than a 20 inches of rain since Tuesday.

Here’s how South Florida was affected:

Victor Corone, 66, pushes his wife Maria Diaz, 64, in a wheelchair through more than a foot of flood water on 84th street in Miami Beach on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. Diaz had a doctor’s appointment, and they had to ditch the car in the parking lot on Collins Ave and walk more than 20 minutes to get home.
Victor Corone, 66, pushes his wife Maria Diaz, 64, in a wheelchair through more than a foot of flood water on 84th street in Miami Beach on Wednesday, June 12, 2024. Diaz had a doctor’s appointment, and they had to ditch the car in the parking lot on Collins Ave and walk more than 20 minutes to get home.

South Florida sees more than a foot of rain

South Florida has seen 8 to 14 inches of rain since Tuesday, with North Miami and Hallandale Beach recording up to 20 inches of rain and Miami Shores recording 21.66 inches, according to the weather service. Miami Beach saw more than a foot of rain. The most rainfall recorded in southern Florida during this week’s deluge — nearly 28 inches of rain — was at Big Cypress National Preserve Headquarters in Collier County, according to the weather service.

Carlos Armstrong,25, rides to his damaged home by flood waters near NE 123 street and 11th Court in North Miami on Thursday, June 13, 2024.
Carlos Armstrong,25, rides to his damaged home by flood waters near NE 123 street and 11th Court in North Miami on Thursday, June 13, 2024.

600+ flood-related auto claims filed

▪ As of Friday morning, State Farm has received more than 600 auto claims in southern Florida since Tuesday’s deluge began. The car insurance company said that the majority of the claims it’s received across Miami-Dade, Broward, Sarasota and Palm Beach counties are for flood damage. It expects to see the claim count balloon as the region is hit with more rain through the weekend and more drivers “discover flood damage” in their cars, trucks and SUVs.

▪ Fort Lauderdale police on Friday told the Miami Herald it had found about 65 abandoned vehicles due to the flooding this week.

Christian B. and his two friends Claudia and Barbara tried to pull his car with a rope to keep it from crashing in the neighboring car to no avail in Miami Beach, Florida on Wednesday, June 12, 2024.
Christian B. and his two friends Claudia and Barbara tried to pull his car with a rope to keep it from crashing in the neighboring car to no avail in Miami Beach, Florida on Wednesday, June 12, 2024.

At least 100 homes with water damage

It’s difficult to know how many South Florida homes were damaged by flooding water. Homeowners will be taking photos and contacting their home insurance or the National Flood Insurance Program to submit claims.

Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis on Friday during a news briefing in Hollywood said it’s unlikely that Broward County will qualify for FEMA disaster assistance because there doesn’t seem to be enough damaged homes.

Based on visual inspections in “hotspot” areas, the city of Hollywood alone, for example, estimates that at least 100 homes were left with some type of water damage from the flooding rain. The county needs about 1,000 homes with major damage to request aid, according to Kevin Guthrie, the director of the state’s emergency management division that is tasked with responding to disasters like hurricanes and flooding.

Robert Lee, at right, and his next door neighbor Robert Husted, at left, survey the flood waters surrounding Lee’s home at NE 123 street and 11 Court in North Miami, Florida on Thursday, June 13, 2024.
Robert Lee, at right, and his next door neighbor Robert Husted, at left, survey the flood waters surrounding Lee’s home at NE 123 street and 11 Court in North Miami, Florida on Thursday, June 13, 2024.

“Right now we don’t have any reports of any destroyed homes at all,” said Guthrie during the briefing, noting that it was the state’s rapid response to the flooding rain that likely helped reduce damage.

However, both DeSantis and Guthrie say it’s possible small-business owners can get financial assistance from the U.S. Small Business Administration. Businesses can complete a damage assessment survey online at FloridaDisaster.biz by selecting “South Florida Flooding” from the drop-down menu. This will help the state gather data, assess needs and potentially help the county qualify for some financial assistance, Guthrie said.

A Miami-Dade pump works to move water from the street after heavy rains on Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Miami Shores, Fla.
A Miami-Dade pump works to move water from the street after heavy rains on Thursday, June 13, 2024, in Miami Shores, Fla.

Pumps to help clear flooding

Cities, counties and the state have pumps available to clear flooding. And the pumps have been working overtime:

▪ 20 of 90 temporary stormwater pumps brought by the state to South Florida are operating to help clear flooding, according to the Florida Division of Emergency Management’s Friday update. More than 12 million gallons of water have been pumped out of flooded areas so far, Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis announced Friday at a news briefing in Broward County.

▪ Miami deployed 12 of its 14 temporary pumps for the flooding, in addition to the city’s 13 permanent pump stations. Miami also sicced a squad of 10 roving vactor trucks on the flooding hot spots, large trucks that suck up excess water on the street.

Allapattah resident Marvin Morales isn’t relying on government officials to fix the flooding in his neighborhood. Today, his own pump was draining out the water that flooded his backyard. This isn’t the only measure he’s taken to fight the flooding. He built a concrete wall around his back porch two years ago. Before that, water would flood and reach his windows. The same wall saved him from home damage this year. Morales said commissioners come into this neighborhood to campaign, but they don’t actually maintain the streets in Miami, Florida on Thursday, June 13, 2024.
Allapattah resident Marvin Morales isn’t relying on government officials to fix the flooding in his neighborhood. Today, his own pump was draining out the water that flooded his backyard. This isn’t the only measure he’s taken to fight the flooding. He built a concrete wall around his back porch two years ago. Before that, water would flood and reach his windows. The same wall saved him from home damage this year. Morales said commissioners come into this neighborhood to campaign, but they don’t actually maintain the streets in Miami, Florida on Thursday, June 13, 2024.

▪ Fort Lauderdale deployed 22 temporary stormwater pumps and 15 Vactor trucks.

▪ The South Florida Water Management system used five additional temporary pumps, one in Miami Beach and four along the Miami River, to the east of Miami International Airport.

▪ Miami Beach used six temporary pumps in flood-prone spots, in addition to its 48 permanent pump stations, and seven Vactor trucks.

Dozens of rescue calls

▪ Hollywood says it received more than 50 calls requesting rescue due to flooding.

▪ The Broward Sheriff’s Office and Fire Rescue received more than 200 calls on Wednesday alone that resulted in water rescues. Of those calls, 174 were from Hallandale Beach. The city saw 26 high-water rescues — some by boat. Some of the people rescued included a dog and a young mother with a baby, according to the city.

Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue received 174 calls alone from Hallandale Beach Wednesday, June, 13, 2024 that resulted in rescues. One of the people rescued was a dog.
Broward Sheriff Fire Rescue received 174 calls alone from Hallandale Beach Wednesday, June, 13, 2024 that resulted in rescues. One of the people rescued was a dog.

▪ Miami-Dade police got about three dozen rescue calls from people trapped in homes or businesses by rising floodwaters, as of Thursday morning.

▪ 311 received more than 430 calls so far related to flooding and clogged drains, Miami-Dade County told the Miami Herald on Fri







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