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Flood Impacts:

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Many homes along the length of Sherman Creek are affected by high water. Numerous roads are closed.

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Widespread flooding occurs along River Road and other low lying areas. Many homes are affected.

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A number of homes along River Road and other low lying areas adjacent to Sherman Creek are affected by high water.

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A number of homes along River Road and other low lying areas adjacent to Sherman Creek are affected by high water.

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Several homes along River Road are affected by high water.

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River Road is closed upstream of Shermansdale.

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River Road is closed upstream of Shermansdale.

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