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  • Storm water cleanup continues at 103rd and Wornall Road businesses

    After flood waters from Indian Creek raged out of control July 29, 2017, a few business owners were cleaning up and salvaging what they could at the 103 Square Shopping Center, 400-520 W 103rd St., in Kansas City. Coach's Bar & Grill, scene of a dramatic water rescue, was boarded up and empty, while at the nearby UPS Store, owners Ayusha and Asha Panta salvaged mail, computer hard drives and anything items that contained customers' personal information or mail.

After flood waters from Indian Creek raged out of control July 29, 2017, a few business owners were cleaning up and salvaging what they could at the 103 Square Shopping Center, 400-520 W 103rd St., in Kansas City. Coach's Bar & Grill, scene of a dramatic water rescue, was boarded up and empty, while at the nearby UPS Store, owners Ayusha and Asha Panta salvaged mail, computer hard drives and anything items that contained customers' personal information or mail. Tammy Ljungblad, Shane Keyser and Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star
After flood waters from Indian Creek raged out of control July 29, 2017, a few business owners were cleaning up and salvaging what they could at the 103 Square Shopping Center, 400-520 W 103rd St., in Kansas City. Coach's Bar & Grill, scene of a dramatic water rescue, was boarded up and empty, while at the nearby UPS Store, owners Ayusha and Asha Panta salvaged mail, computer hard drives and anything items that contained customers' personal information or mail. Tammy Ljungblad, Shane Keyser and Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star

Flood aftermath: What was salvaged from the 103 Square complex?

July 29, 2017 6:59 PM