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Flood Impacts & Photos
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The Kansas Highway 9 bridge is flooded.
The flood control project may be overtopped near the Highway 9 bridge. If the flood control project is overtopped, dangerous flooding of homes and businesses in Clyde will occur. In addition, flood waters will be several feet deep over Highway 9 on the west side of Elk Creek.
Flood waters reach the low point of steel on Kansas Highway 9 bridge.
Flood waters threaten to overtop county roads upstream and downstream from Clyde. County Road 813 near the intersection with County Road 354 may be flooded. In addition, Sheridan drive downstream of the flood control project may be under water.
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