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  • In Eagle, flooding at mobile home park reaches nearly two feet deep

    Flooding at the Riviera Estates mobile home park in Eagle reached nearly two feet in depth on Wednesday. Ada County Engineer Angie Gilman said evacuations aren't yet necessary.

Flooding at the Riviera Estates mobile home park in Eagle reached nearly two feet in depth on Wednesday. Ada County Engineer Angie Gilman said evacuations aren't yet necessary. Nicole Blanchard nblanchard@idahostatesman.com
Flooding at the Riviera Estates mobile home park in Eagle reached nearly two feet in depth on Wednesday. Ada County Engineer Angie Gilman said evacuations aren't yet necessary. Nicole Blanchard nblanchard@idahostatesman.com

At least 10 homes lose power in flooded Eagle area; shelter set up and many evacuate

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