In this photo released by Mike Laiti, Anuson

Mike Laiti

In this photo released by Mike Laiti, Anuson "Knott" Poolsawat, owner of Knott's Take Out in North Pole, walks across Clear Creek with an order of take out food to reach Laiti and Brandon Borgens, two customers stranded along the Richardson Highway, on Saturday, June 21, 2014, near Salcha, Alaska. Heavy rain created a sinkhole in the highway near the creek, but Poolsawat decided to deliver the order of Thai ribs, fried rice and other items anyway. (AP Photo/Mike Laiti)

Swollen creek can't halt food delivery

The Associated Press

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FAIRBANKS, Alaska — A little thing like a flooded creek was not enough to keep an Alaska restaurant owner from delivering Thai ribs and fried rice to stranded customers over the weekend.

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Wow! I guess that owner sure

Wow! I guess that owner sure knows how to handle business. - Banners Broker

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