Floods are damaging many companies in the greater Cincinnati area that are trying to recover from the pandemic

Cell phone video that we saw from Mt. Lookout looked like the film crew could have filmed a nightly whitewater rapids scene for “Deliverance”. The rushing water covered every square inch of the wooden dining room, bar and kitchen of Zip’s, home of the famous Zip Burger, at least three to four days to dry things out, “said Mike Burke, owner of Zip’s Cafe.” And that’s this first step. “He now has to assess what can be saved and what may need to be replaced. Burke had a strange feeling last night, almost a premonition, about the possibility of another flash flood with him and in fact he got a call late that night to get to his office. He found a watery mess, not just there, but in the adjoining space he rents out. Accoy Health, a local CBD oil company, needs to have the floor replaced and drywall ripped out. And the People who run this eatery won’t feel sorry for a zip burger, this iconic lunch and dinner spot had inches of Wa This is how customers do it, on their doorstep. “It was pretty gnarled,” Burke told us. “The sewers jammed so much that the sewer caps actually shot up and shifted from their usual place.” Shopkeepers along Edwards Road in Hyde Park Square couldn’t even go in until the water receded last night. The clothes were high enough in Castle House, but the floor might as well have been a river bed. “I think it’s all very surreal now,” said Jenn Bastos, the owner. “I’m still processing it. We did that four years ago and here we are again. ”The sounds of cleanups filled the air on Thursday. The return of an afternoon downpour was an unwelcome sight. A first floor apartment on Observatory Drive had water from all directions. Amy Castro told us, “I packed as many things as possible and jumped in my car and left.” Remnants of flash flood debris littered the Delta, Linwood, and Edwards left the sewers clogged. They couldn’t stand the sudden surge. Neko Sushi was just recovered from a fire last year. Yeon Kim wanted to reopen next month, but not now. So once you’ve got through COVID-19, it feels like you’re being flooded again. Those who have broadcast videos of the bubbling waters hoped the images could lead to a deluge of solutions. Nobody there held their breath. They felt the generosity that was being expanded and recorded the number of people who came over to see how they could help. Peace, Love and Little Donuts gave away 240 donuts that would otherwise have been wasted and finally filled. “It’s just not fair to the business owners,” said Bastos. “The city, MSD need to get together and figure out what they can do to prevent this from happening again. Because it only happened less than four years ago.”

Cell phone video that we saw from Mt. Lookout looked like the Deliverance crew could have filmed a nocturnal whitewater rapids scene.

The rushing water covered every square inch of the wooden dining room, bar and kitchen of Zip’s, home of the famous Zip Burger.

“I was told it would take at least three to four days for things to dry out,” said Mike Burke, owner of Zip’s Cafe. “And that’s the first step.”

He must now assess what can be saved and what may need to be replaced.

Burke had a strange feeling last night, almost a premonition, about the possibility of another flash flood.

He took the keys to the house and in fact got a call late at night to get to his office. Not only there, but also in the adjoining rooms that he rents out, he found a watery mess.

At Accoy Health, a local CBD oil company, the floor needs to be replaced and drywall torn out. And the people who run this eatery won’t feel sorry for a zip burger.

This iconic place for lunch and dinner had several inches of water standing on the doorstep like the customers.

“It was pretty gnarled,” Burke told us. “The sewers dammed up so far that the manhole covers actually shot up and moved from their usual place.”

Shopkeepers along Edwards Road in Hyde Park Square couldn’t even enter until the water subsided last night.

The clothes in Castle House were high enough, but the floor might as well have been a river bed.

“I think it’s all very surreal at this point,” said Jenn Bastos, the owner. “I’m still editing. We did this four years ago and here we are again.”

The sounds of the cleanup filled the Thursday air. The return of an afternoon downpour was an unwelcome sight.

A first floor apartment on Observatory Drive had water from all directions.

Amy Castro told us, “I packed as many things as I could, jumped in my car and left.”

Remnants of flash flood debris littered the Delta, Linwood, and Edwards left the sewers clogged. They couldn’t stand the sudden surge.

Neko Sushi was just recovered from a fire last year. Yeon Kim wanted to reopen next month, but not now. So once you’ve got through COVID-19, it feels like you’re being flooded again.

Those who sent videos of the bubbling waters hoped the images could lead to a deluge of solutions.

Nobody there held their breath.

They sensed the generosity that was shown to them and saw how many people came to see what they could do to help.

Peace, Love and Little Donuts gave away 240 donuts that would otherwise have been wasted.

But entrepreneurs want the hole in this déjà vu experience of the flash flood to be closed at last.

“It’s just not fair to the business owners,” said Bastos. “The city, MSD need to get together and figure out what they can do to prevent this from happening again. Because it only happened less than four years ago.”

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