Construction to replace a bridge at Garretts Mill Road in southern Washington County continues Wednesday, one year after the bridge was destroyed by severe flooding. Construction to replace a bridge at Garretts Mill Road in southern Washington County continues Wednesday, one year after the bridge was destroyed by severe flooding. A year ago, a weather system stalled over the region, dropping 10.53 inches of rain in the Dargan area in the southern Washington County. The storms, stretching from May 12 to 20, unleashed severe flooding that buckled roads, battered buildings and washed away belongings that some people never saw again. A county official said the local government has made a remarkable recovery in the face of record-setting precipitation that continues to soak the region. But South County residents still can point to an unfinished project: the Garretts Mill Road bridge. The span was wiped out in the floods. Residents were told during a flood-recovery meeting shortly after the storms that it could take a year to replace it. In interviews this week, residents in […]