Many things were lost in the historic floods that plagued Ellicott City over the weekend–including cars, businesses, and even lives. But at least one thing has been recovered.
A 15-foot clock tower loomed over Ellicott City’s historic main street for years; it, like many other things, was lost in the flood. During Saturday’s flood, it got washed away. This weekend, Bobby Barker was kayaking on the Patapsco River when he spotted that iconic clock, according to the Baltimore Sun. When he hauled the clock out of the river, onlookers cheered.
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