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While most of the county’s floodwaters have receded during the last two weeks, an area on Walter Reed Road continues to be a problem.
Water up to six-feet-deep has covered the roadway, less than a mile from the intersection with Old E’town Road.
Clyde Veirs, county road supervisor, described it as a “basin” area that doesn’t go down as fast as stream water to LaRue Fiscal Court last week.
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