John F. Kraus II RN

One several occasions recently I have observed a distressing situation in Lake Wildwood.  When water begins to cover the roadway at several of the creeks within Wildwood the staff are often slow to open alternative exits and close the roads.  I have seen water 6-8" deep on these spillways with cars having no choice but to drive over them or be unable to exit.  My concerns have been met with excuses that they are busy or do not have enough people on duty.  I think that any time there is bad weather has the potential to overflow these spillways the alternative exits should be opened first.  Then residents will have an option that does not place them at risk.  I wonder what Lake Wildwoods liability will be if someone is injured due to these negligent acts.