469 - How Many Seattle City Workers Does it Take to Watch Cement Dry?

So I work a block or two from the latest water main break in Seattle.  It was a pretty bad break of a 24″ main.  So bad it created a huge sinkhole that enveloped two cars and shut a drawbridge for the better part of two days.

Here’s a picture that came out in the Seattle Times of the workers making sure the latest fix of reinforcing the girders with cement to ensure the bridge won’t collapse to reopen it to traffic.

Notice that one of these guys is actually working.  It’s almost like a where’s Waldo picture…

Amazed Wrokers


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