Toxic Hoboken Flooding!

9th & Grand flooded with green toxic looking fluid!

Hoboken411 mentioned earlier that 9th & Grand was flooded in our recent thunderstorm. What I didn’t realize was how Hoboken residents became grossed out by the green toxic flood waters!

Looks to be anti-freeze, but c’mon already with our craptastic infrastructure!

Thanks Larry & Eduardo for the pics.

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GloballyRelaxed
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GloballyRelaxed

The ‘Green Lantern’ just couldn’t hold it in any longer…

truth1
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truth1

Overflow of cake frosting color from “The Cake Boss” 😛

spiffy
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spiffy

I found it. Maybe we can get a volume discount. This looks like fun!

http://www.landfallnavigation.com/-sfdye.html

trueblue11
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trueblue11

it looks like anti-freeze, in which case this is a serious environmental matter.

Gaidin
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Gaidin

do you have any idea how much anti freeze you would need for it to have that much in a puddle that size?

I am pretty sure it isn’t anti freeze. A sea dye pack the size of a loaf of bread can cover one full square mile in the ocean….

[quote comment=”207841″]it looks like anti-freeze, in which case this is a serious environmental matter.[/quote]

spiffy
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spiffy

Gaidin, where can I buy this stuff? I’ll get a few packages and do the same each time it floods in Hoboken. [quote comment=”207843″]do you have any idea how much anti freeze you would need for it to have that much in a puddle that size?I am pretty sure it isn’t anti freeze. A sea dye pack the size of a loaf of bread can cover one full square mile in the ocean….[/quote]

Gaidin
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It looks just like a sea dye marker.

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Something used in the marine and military words to mark where you are in the water in emergency situations.