Richmond crews spent much of the night clearing
snow covered roads. They worked as Janet Morgan came home only to find she had
run out of heating oil.
"I had no heat," said Morgan. "They said help
is on the way. We are very busy, but we are coming."
arrived just in time. Morgan says things were starting to get uncomfortable.
"It got down to 55 in the house," said Morgan
holding her small son. "We have space heaters, but 55 with a little guy is too
actually had to park our truck at 9th and Main Street. Caution tape
and flares were placed along 9Th Street because of the treacherous
hill heading toward Broad Street.
crazy out here," said driver Steven Bunce. "They have streets blocked off. You
can't get home."
snow storm forced officials to close the Nickel Bridge. Our dash-cam video
caught drivers slipping and sliding. Some motorists ignored the "road closed"
sign. They ultimately had to receive assistance from police.
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A Mount Tabor reservoir that holds Portland's drinking water has been taken offline out of fear that a group of trespassers urinated in it. Five people were seen at Mount Tabor Park around 1 a.m. Wednesday.
A Mount Tabor reservoir that holds Portland's drinking water has been taken offline after a teenager urinated in the reservoir.