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FEMA-provided pump clears water from Lincoln Farm Road

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By Candis Carpenter

Flooding at McDowell’s Lakeview Cabins, across from Abraham Lincoln Elementary School, has prompted concerns for the safety of residents.
The flooding on Lincoln Farm Road became an issue around April 25, when several inches of rain fell over LaRue County.
Although water levels in the small pond in front of the cabins have risen in the past, owner Gary McDowell said he has never “seen it like this.”
According to McDowell the driveway was impassible, with over 3 feet of water on the road; many residents were unable to leave in their vehicles.


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