Water flow slows at toppled hydrant (12:14PM)

Photo: N/A, License: N/A, Created: 2015:04:26 05:59:06 SCRANTON — The water flow from a toppled hydrant on the corner of West Linden Street and North Seventh Avenue was down to a slow drip at noon. Seventh Avenue and Providence Road were experiencing flooding conditions this morning after police say a tractor (read more)
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