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Waters recede in Hill County as breezy week arrives

Local water bodies seem to be remaining at safe levels in Hill County despite ongoing flooding and the damage that comes with it, with no major precipitation expected this week.

Hill County joined many of its neighbors in the region in declaring and emergency last week due to flooding conditions but, as of Friday of last week, most of the local water bodies seem to be at manageable levels.

Hill County DES Coordinator Amanda Frickel said Friday afternoon that Big Sandy Creek is cresting but the level is not at an emergency level and Beaver Creek and the East Fork are holding at safe levels.



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