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Flood Pictures (September 16, 2009)
 
Flash flooding occurred in Van Buren County on 09/16/2009. Heavy to excessive rain caused flash flooding in southern Van Buren County on September 16, 2009. Roads were under water, and creeks overflowed their banks as noted in the pictures below.
 
High water was noted along U.S. Highway 65 about 3.1 miles south of Bee Branch (Van Buren County).
In the picture: High water was noted along U.S. Highway 65 about 3.1 miles south of Bee Branch (Van Buren County). Click to enlarge.
Water flowed across this road a couple of miles northeast of Damascus (Van Buren County).
In the picture: Water flowed across this road a couple of miles northeast of Damascus (Van Buren County). The photo is courtesy of Sam Hutto. Click to enlarge.
 
Pine Mountain Creek was well over its banks, and flooded Bricky Road roughly 1.9 miles northwest of Damascus (Van Buren County).
In the picture: Pine Mountain Creek was well over its banks, and flooded Bricky Road roughly 1.9 miles northwest of Damascus (Van Buren County). Click to enlarge.
A dam at this small pond was washed away 2 miles north of Damascus (Van Buren County), and water emptied.
In the picture: A dam at this small pond was washed away 2 miles north of Damascus (Van Buren County), and water emptied. The photo is courtesy of Sam Hutto. Click to enlarge.
 

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