Some Midstaters are once again waking up in a shelter because their homes were washed out during Friday's flooding incident.
The waters of the Conewago took over a mobile home community in Dover, York County, which had to be evacuated twice.
While the creek has receded, the damage it left behind remains.
"They just got done rebuilding all of these trailers, and now it happened again. Now everybody is talking about leaving," said Randy Tate of Dover.
"My sister-in-law [...] has four feet of water in her house," adds Ken Shearn. "She is at the point now where she has to move." Shearn said the creek has flooded each of the last three years, and this year was the worst.
Sunday, September 14 2014 9:40 PM EDT2014-09-15 01:40:42 GMT
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