Rock slide KO’s water at Southeast condo complex

The weekend rains wreaked havoc for the 136-unit Stonecrest senior citizen apartment complex in Southeast when on Sunday morning a large boulder, which authorities said was the size of a Mini Cooper, along with several smaller large stones, broke loose from atop a 30 foot high retaining wall, landing in a resident parking lot and rupturing the main water supply that feeds the five building complex.   Read the article………….


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