yeah, we're fine. No one's been hurt by this really except for financially which is good news. 95 is closed between me and work so it's a 2 hour commute (usually 24 minutes) but if that's the most I'm effected I'm fine with dealing with it
I remember years ago watching a guy set off on the causeway linking Lindisfarne (Holy island) to the mainland in NE England. The causeway floods tidally and it's only open during low tide. During high tide there's enough clearance for quite large boats to pass over it. When the sea starts to pass over as the tide is rising it rushes over at a hell of a speed. This fellow set off after the red light was illuminated saying it was too late and managed to get several hundred yards before the rapidly flowing water, still only a few inches deep, had flooded and stopped his engine. A local with a giant tractor advertises a rescue/recovery service with clearly stated and very high prices, and he went out to the car to rescue the driver, who insisted he wanted his car towed back. The local said "No" as it was already too late, and the driver stayed with his car for a few more minutes. Then the tractor started to return to shore and the driver changed his mind and jumped on. Long before the tractor reached shore the car had gone, never to be seen again. In addition, the tractor driver charged a lot of money for rescuing the driver. I took several photos of the whole thing, but they were of course on film and they're somewhere in a box back home.