A neighbor looks at the eroded embankment scoured by the Skagit River during the Thanksgiving Day flood. Erosion ate away several hundred feet of land in Lyman, and a propane tank, trees and a garage tumbled into the water. Homes that were 200 feet from the channel are in danger of falling into the river.
A neighbor looks at the eroded embankment scoured by the Skagit River during the Thanksgiving Day flood. Erosion ate away several hundred feet of land in Lyman, and a propane tank, trees and a garage tumbled into the water. Homes that were 200 feet from the channel are in danger of falling into the river. Scott Terrell Skagit Valley Herald
A neighbor looks at the eroded embankment scoured by the Skagit River during the Thanksgiving Day flood. Erosion ate away several hundred feet of land in Lyman, and a propane tank, trees and a garage tumbled into the water. Homes that were 200 feet from the channel are in danger of falling into the river. Scott Terrell Skagit Valley Herald

First a garage fell into the Skagit River. Now the living room floor is gone

February 12, 2018 09:55 AM