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Heavy Flooding Throughout New England

Heavy Flooding Throughout New England

| April 16, 2014

Heavy flooding throughout northern New England has caused at least one fatality and emergency officials have evacuated downtown areas in some Maine towns. Officials in all three states advise residents to avoid flooded roadways and prepare for overflowing rivers. Maine emergency management officials said flooding in Maine is statewide and the state is likely to […]

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Caswell Man Dies After Being Swept Away by Floodwaters

Caswell Man Dies After Being Swept Away by Floodwaters

| April 16, 2014

At about 9:20 Tuesday night, a report was received that Paul Oliver (age 74) of Caswell was missing after attempting to move his truck through a flooded portion of Oliver Road in Caswell. Oliver had moved his truck across the flooded dirt roadway and attempted to walk back across the flooded road to his residence. […]

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Roads and Locations Affected by Flooding

Roads and Locations Affected by Flooding

| April 15, 2014

ROADS AND LOCATIONS AFFECTED BY FLOODING INCLUDE: AT FORT FAIRFIELD: DORSEY ROAD STRICKLAND ROAD GRIMES ROAD CURRIER ROAD FOREST AVENUE RIVERSIDE AVENUE IN ADDITION…ROUTE 1A ACROSS THE AROOSTOOK RIVER HAS BEEN CLOSED AT CARIBOU: LIMESTONE ROAD MADAWASKA ROAD AT LIMESTONE: WARD ROAD GRAND FALLS ROAD AT BRIDGEWATER ROUTE 1 AT WASHBURN: MAIN STREET GARAGE STREET […]

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Bangor Plaza Closed Due to Potential Flooding

Bangor Plaza Closed Due to Potential Flooding

| January 16, 2014

BANGOR, Maine (AP) – City public safety officials in Bangor have closed a plaza due to potential flooding concerns. People were advised Thursday morning to move their vehicles from both the east and west side of the Kenduskeag Plaza in downtown Bangor as soon as possible. In addition, the National Weather Service says the Kennebec […]

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Weather Forecasters Watch Area Waterways

Weather Forecasters Watch Area Waterways

| March 20, 2012 | 0 Comments

Emergency management officials and national weather service meteorologists are watching area waterways for ice jams and potential flooding. They urge people living near those waterways to also be watching rivers and waterways as well. Shawn Cunningham reports.

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