Georgetown Waterfront Floods: Why Weren’t Flood Walls Up? (

Georgetown Waterfront Floods: Why Weren’t Flood Walls Up?

  Tuesday, April 19th, 2011 Source:

Disaster repair crews worked through the night to pump water back into the Potomac River after flood walls at the Washington Harbor complex were not raised during high tide Monday morning. They allowed river water to flood upscale restaurants, shops, parking garages and the basement of some residences. One section of the flood wall was not in its upright position, and it is through that position that water poured into the complex.

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