- Freezing rain
COVINGTON, Ky. - The storms that hit the Tri-State Wednesday had one Northern Kentucky especially worried.
Last week, the residents of Euclid Avenue in Covington had to cope with perils of their low-lying street becoming a torrent of rushing water.
They were forced to watch as their basements flooded with raw sewage after the storm caused sewers to overflow for the second time in three years.
Jeff Walsh owns the building where Winston Broheir runs an accounting business.
Broheir's files were ruined during the storm and the sewage-soaked walls in his office had to be torn out.
Officials in Covington say that's not true. District 1 Sanitation Director David Rager said the city is working to address the problem but residents need to realize there isn't an overnight fix available.
Copyright 2013 Scripps Media, Inc. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten, or redistributed.