Back in July, I posted photos of how a flash flood affected some doors in a university building. I received some security camera footage of the moment one of the doors failed, but couldn’t share it publicly. Last week, a video of flooding at a different facility – Norwood Hospital – was shared by Boston 25 News, and SOOO many people sent it to me. I can’t help but wonder whether the door would have held if the bottom rod had not been removed. What do you think?
New video from inside Norwood Hospital back in late June shows the unbelievable flooding described as something straight out of a Hollywood blockbuster.
The force of the water was strong enough to bust open emergency exit doors.
The hospital remains closed, three months later. pic.twitter.com/E1CYfEpHS0
— Boston 25 News (@boston25) September 3, 2020
P.S. I LOVE IT when people send me photos and videos and say, “I saw this [messed up door] and thought of you”! Keep sending them – they’re like little virtual care packages! 🙂