Lebanon Area Of York County Hit By Flooding

4:26 PM, Aug 14, 2008   |    comments
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YORK COUNTY (NEWS CENTER) -- Emergency management officials in York County are working with officials in New Hampshire to prevent flooding along the Maine/New Hampshire border.   

More than two inches of rain fell in the Lebanon-Acton area in just two hours.

As of 9 o'clock this morning the following roads were closed because of flooding: River Road, Kennebec Drive, Orrills Hill, and Jim Grant Road. 

Also in Lebanon, officials at Flat Rock Bridge Road Resort Campground say they have moved a few campers away from the river to higher ground only as a precaution. The campground has not been evacuated.   

For more pictures and stories on the flooding click on the related links on the right side of this page.

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