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Creeks are bone dry

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Recent rain hasn't done much to replenish the water supply at Radium Springs.

Check out the creek where water normally runs from the springs into the Flint River.

It's all dried up. With the exception of one little puddle, it's dry as a bone.

You can walk right across the creek bed. Many neighbors remember when the water got so high it flooded their homes back in 1994.

They don't want that to happen, but they do want the water level to get back to normal. The last time neighbors can remember seeing the area this dry was back in 2007.