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Flint to crest next week in Decatur

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July 13, 2005

Bainbridge-- The Flint River in Decatur County is expected to crest next Wednesday at almost 29 feet.

Flood stage is 25 feet. Spring Creek is expected to crest a foot above flood stage at 15 feet. A flood warning has been issued for homes along the Flint and Spring Creek in Bainbridge. Evacuations are not being made and shelters have not been set up. But EMA officials say people should prepare for moderate flooding now. Sandbags are available at the Decatur County industrial park.

If you have any questions, you can call the local EMA at 248-3869.

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