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Photo of Flooding | KTIC Radio

Photo of Flooding

Photo of Flooding
Just one of many roads out. These will not show up on the 511 map as they are country roads. Damage to roads and bridges plus blizzard conditions can have a deadly consequence. Please stay home (road is in Rock County N of Bassett, Carnes bridge)
This is Highway 77, North of Fremont. The Maple Creek is rolling.
Photo Credits Penny Bruns
Pender City Park, Pool, Lutheran Church in Pender
From Madison County Sheriff’s Department: This is 81 and NE Industrial Highway north of Norfolk. This water is still coming to Norfolk. It’s still going to get worse.
From Madison County Sheriff’s Department: This is 81 and NE Industrial Highway north of Norfolk. This water is still coming to Norfolk. It’s still going to get worse.
Troopers are monitoring the Loup River and tributaries in Monroe. This is a picture of County Rd 370 Ave (Monroe Rd.) just south of Monroe! The pickup on the roadway is unoccupied, the driver was rescued earlier this morning.
The bridge on Highway 281 over the Niobrara, south of Spencer Dam.
Highway 281 is already closed in this area.
Picture taken Thursday morning March 14, 2019.
Received these images from a Brig Gen with the Nebraska National Guard taken on a county road near Elba.
Those are ice blocks on the road, brought there by flood waters.
Now imagine these flowing in water. Don’t drive through flood waters.

 

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