In Leslie, Ga., the high ground water levels pushed this concrete pool right out of the ground.
For several days, flood watches and warnings have been posted in parts of Georgia after heavy rain has covered the region.
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#1 Feb 27, 2013
Ahhh what the heck... Insurance will cover it... Make lots of money with all them disaster's. Pretty good idea... Create a problem and make a solution... Sounds about right to me... Lots of money making schemes out there... That pool didn't have any water in it or did it? Really it doesn't matter... Getting a new pool most likely or just get the money for it and say no to a new pool... Take the money to the Casino and blow it all there... Keep these disasters coming... Soon the clueless might blue in. LOL
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