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High waters on the Horsefly River

The Horsefly River burst its banks during the May long weekend following two days of heavy rains combined with seasonal snow melt. Though the water is close to the road just past the bridge at Horsefly, there has been no advisory issued for the river. - Angie Mindus photo
The Horsefly River burst its banks during the May long weekend following two days of heavy rains combined with seasonal snow melt. Though the water is close to the road just past the bridge at Horsefly, there has been no advisory issued for the river.
— image credit: Angie Mindus photo

The Horsefly River burst its banks during the May long weekend following two days of heavy rains combined with seasonal snow melt.

Though the water is close to the road just past the bridge at Horsefly, there has been no advisory issued for the river.

 

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