Six Flags Under Water
Six Flags is under water – and so is Georgia.
Yes, its true. Six Flags in Georgia is under water. There are reports that state, “Portions of the roller coaster tracks have disappeared under brown, murky water.” Schools and streets are closed and Atlanta is now a huge mess. This has resulted in people staying home for safety, and there, they are still not 100% safe. Sadly, some people are even trapped in their homes with no escape at all, and backyards have been reported as “disappearing.”
It’s crazy how just two weeks ago the area was suffering from a two-year drought, now this deadly storm that some call the “100 year storm” shows no sign of coming to an end. Six people have been reported as dead, and six more people have been reported as missing. Among those killed was a 2-year-old, who was swept out of his father’s arms in a rushing current, in Georgia’s Caroll County. His body was later recovered downstream. I wish the people suffering from this storm the best of luck.