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May 2013 Whoops!

Posted in Whoops on May 1, 2013
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I decided to take a city service trail that happened to connect to a dirt road less than a quarter mile from my house, which ultimately would avoid the rush hour traffic from work. This is about halfway down the trail, and what started out as about a foot deep got a lot deeper quickly. Had I known it was this deep I would have just flipped the Jeep over and floated across this! Later a friend came to pull me out.
Sgt. Justus Perry
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