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High River: Bittersweet news for High River, Saturday. Some residents are able to return to the town at noon, 10 days after being forced out by flooding. About 5 thousand people may be returning, though, to homes that face severe damage.

 

 For the areas hit hardest by the flood, may not be able to return home for another five weeks, as many are still under water. The town is relying on the provincial government to lead the massive rebuilding effort.

 

The homes may not have only had flooding damage , but entry damage sustained when the RCMP and military conducted the initial sear to ensure everyone was out of the home and safe .

 

A boil water advisory is still in effect for High River.



Posted on Saturday, June 29, 2013 at 4/17/2014 9:35:51 AM
Source: Falon Wagner (@FalWagner)--Country 95 News -- High River flooded street - Photo Credit to RCMP
 
 
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