This week's wind storm created a dangerous situation for one local mother. Sheridan Media's Leslie Stratmoen has the story.
Many people are still dealing with the aftermath of Wednesday's wind storm that produced gusts of 75 miles per hour in Sheridan. One of those people is Nicole Costa. She's driving around in a car with the front passenger window covered in plastic. But, it wasn't a tree limb that fell on her vehicle and shattered the glass.
The sound scared her, and her 3 and half-year-old son who was in his car seat in the back behind her seat.
She said the event marked the perfect end to a busy, crazy, horrible day.
She's got the shattered glass all cleaned up, now, she said, but there's probably still chips in the car, and the window still needs to be replaced. There goes her vacation money.
So, she was right back at work Friday morning at the Subway on Fifth Street in Sheridan, serving up a flatizza to one of her regular customers. That would be yours, truly.