Town supervisor helps Montgomery business flooded during storm

The manager at the TA truck stop tells News 12 they had several inches of water throughout the store and that floodwaters were heading toward the restaurant when he called the town for help.

News 12 Staff

Oct 26, 2021, 4:42 PM

Updated 943 days ago

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A Montgomery business flooded during the height of the storm got an unexpected helping hand from the town supervisor on Tuesday.
The manager at the TA truck stop tells News 12 they had several inches of water throughout the store and that floodwaters were heading toward the restaurant when he called the town for help.
To their surprise, Montgomery Supervisor Brian Maher showed up with a crew of town employees, grabbed a squeegee and started pushing water out himself.
The TA truck stop manager says the water started coming in around 10 a.m. and didn't stop until 12 p.m. Even with help, it took hours to clean up.
Staff members say they are thankful for Maher's hands-on assistance so they could stay open during the storm. They say the business would have had to shut down for the day without the help.
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