Video: Panther football team tackles heavy waters

Local businesses began to take flood prevention measures on Thursday when the Otter Creek began to crest. As he watched the water rise, Chris English, co-owner of Middlebury restaurant Jackson’s on the River, called the town offices for advice.
Not long after, the Middlebury College football team arrived to lend a helping hand. The team build a blockade of sandbags to keep out the river’s rushing waters, then moved on to help out in other parts of town where residents were worried about flooding from Otter Creek.
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