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Old 02-11-2009, 10:31 PM
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Unhappy Flooding

I just wanted to know if anyone had any flood or wind damage and if everyone is okay. It was fairly bad across the US.

It was really bad around where my family lives in central Indiana. At my house, our backyard was 2 feet under water from the creek overflowing. Plus we got 3 inches of rain. My grandparents live in Hendricks Co, which was also hit hard.
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I saw a lot of ponding and full retention ponds last night, but I haven't been out yet to see what's going on today. I'm sure the Wabash river is all but bursting at the seams right now and probably going to get worse.

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