Damaged bridge is only way out of Fayetteville neighborhood (NC)

A washed out road in Fayetteville has cut off an entire neighborhood and residents say they have previously told the city it could happen.  Siple Avenue used to be the only safe way to get in or out of the Rayconda subdivision, but flood water from Hurricane Matthew has changed that.  “Mother Nature came and she just finished the rest for us and we just basically had to do what we did not want to do and that was open this private road that belongs to Rayconda,” said Homeowners Association President Freddy Rivera.    Read the article……………


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