Some stills of Puyallup River Flooding

by Damian Clarke

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AussieThong says ... on Thursday, Jan 8 at 11:04 PM

Wow Damian, you sure a good photographer. What else are you good at? I bet you have a lot of zoom in your lense. says ... on Thursday, Jan 8 at 8:26 PM

is anyone in Puyallup doing a clothing drive? I have a large box of women's clothes to donate....size 14.

Cheryl says ... on Thursday, Jan 8 at 7:22 PM

I have lived and worked in the Tacoma/Puyallup area for a long time and I have never seen anything like this before. My Prayers go out to all that have had flooding and that have lost their homes. I wish you all the best.

Grandpa/Grandma Senger says ... on Wednesday, Jan 7 at 10:11 PM

We are watching via computer and are praying for your safety to all especially our daughters grandchildren son in law, brothers, sister in law and all you great friends back in Wa. We are with you all in heart and prayer.

Damian Clarke says ... on Wednesday, Jan 7 at 8:37 PM

Go "see all my 8 post"...There is new and better videos I posted! Including the one on they used on the 6pm news! (Best)

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NiftyChristy1 says ... on Wednesday, Jan 7 at 4:08 PM

Good pics- think I will just stay up here on South Hill and stay safe....couple of years ago during a flood stage I went down to River Road and was taking pics when the State Patrol advised me the ground I was standing on was being undercut by water!

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