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  • As Boise River continues to rise, trees at risk of falling in

    Eagle Police on Wednesday posted this video of an Ada County Highway District crew removing a tree snagged on the Linder Road bridge the day before. According to the post, trees that fall into the river can exacerbate existing flooding.

Eagle Police on Wednesday posted this video of an Ada County Highway District crew removing a tree snagged on the Linder Road bridge the day before. According to the post, trees that fall into the river can exacerbate existing flooding. Eagle Police
Eagle Police on Wednesday posted this video of an Ada County Highway District crew removing a tree snagged on the Linder Road bridge the day before. According to the post, trees that fall into the river can exacerbate existing flooding. Eagle Police

Boise River will stay at current level — for now — despite erroneous gauge readings

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