NORTH WOODSTOCK, N.H. (AP) A New Hampshire woman says the operators of a seasonal attraction of ice structures failed to control runoff and flooded her basement with over 15,000 gallons of water - and she worries it will happen again this spring.
New Hampshire Public Radio reported Tuesday that Kelly Trinkle alleges in a lawsuit against Ice Castles that last April, snow and ice melt from the attraction pooled in her backyard in North Woodstock and flooded her basement with 16 inches of water.
A lawyer for Ice Castles denied that the structures flooded Trinkle's basement.
Trinkle says she has video evidence of the water traveling from the Ice Castles' property to her yard.
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