Montpelier braces for possible flooding
Boston.com
Residents in Vermont's capital city of Montpelier prepared for possible flooding as parts of the Winooski River froze over during the last several days. Fifteen years ago, a devastating flood hit the city in a similar way, causing more than $5 million in damage. At left, Tod Hill carried insulation on Wednesday as he prepared the Federal Building on State Street for the flood.
Residents in Vermont's capital city of Montpelier prepared for possible flooding as parts of the Winooski River froze over during the last several days.

Fifteen years ago, a devastating flood hit the city in a similar way, causing more than $5 million in damage.

At left, Tod Hill carried insulation on Wednesday as he prepared the Federal Building on State Street for the flood.
(Globe Staff Photo / Michele McDonald)