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June 1968 Flood

In late June, 1968, heavy rains swept through the region, causing the Huron River and other creeks and lakes to flood their banks inflicting massive damage to dams, roads, and personal property. The University Meteorology Laboratory recorded 5.28 inches of rain. Streets were impassable, bridges washed out, farm fields inundated, and nearly all neighborhoods affected, with water high enough to permit canoeing in Lansdowne subdivision south of Pioneer High School.

June 1968 Flood

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June 1968 Flood

June 1968 Flood image

June 1968 Flood

June 1968 Flood image

June 1968 Flood

June 1968 Flood image

Parks Get Cluttered By Flood

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29
Month
June
Year
1968
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Train Runs Partially Restored

Train Runs Partially Restored image
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Day
28
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June
Year
1968
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Bridge Washed Out On Weber Rd

Bridge Washed Out On Weber Rd image
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Day
27
Month
June
Year
1968
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