Wednesday, August 22, 2007

Car dump 1000 miles long

NPR does Florida:

More than 1,000 miles of canals snake through South Florida — from the Everglades to the Keys. And love them or hate them, the area can't do without them. They're crucial for flood control and serve as, among other things, habitat for alligators and a dump for stolen cars. More than a few of the underwater cars have drivers at their wheels, according to this report.

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