(VIDEO) Two people trapped in truck during Happy Creek flood (strong language)

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This video was referred to us and shows two people trapped in a truck. The video says it was on Happy Creek. Caution: strong language.

This video is at the entrance to Greenhill Forest subdivision off of 55 going toward Linden. (Thanks Dominique!)

Thanks Brad Barry.

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Published in: on April 17, 2011 at 3:59 pm  Comments (7)  

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  1. […] UPDATED: Crazy flooding photos & videos from our readers in Front Royal & Warren County Update: (VIDEO) Two people trapped in truck during Happy Creek flood. (Caution: strong language.) […]

  2. […] (VIDEO) Two people trapped in truck during Happy Creek flood (strong language). Criser Rd Bridge. at 522 South is closed Apr. 17, 2011 due to flood damage. Photo by Roger […]

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  5. The second video is at the entrance to Greenhill Forest subdivision off of 55 going toward Linden.

  6. Why did the person who filmed the truck video replace the gripping and emotional real audio of the video with that gay ass music?

    Plus, nice Warren County deputy standing there with his thumb strategically-placed while the people handle the rescue… “calling for more backup” my ass… Backup never would have gotten there in time.

  7. The video of the entrance to Green Hill forest was my video….don’t mind someone else sharing – I thought someone else took it until I looked at it and it was the exact one I took getting out of my car. My son, Cody Smith, posted it on you tube.


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