Longacre Mobile Home Park vacateed by Indianapolis Metropolitan Police for the flood caused by harsh rain

Published on : Monday, December 23, 2013

harsh-rainHarsh rain drenched much LICK CREEK Longacre Mobile Home Park in the Indianapolis Metropolitan Police evacuated the SOUTHSIDE .There are approximately 400 lots in the police car , which rose too high a mobile home park , drove through , and used a loudspeaker to call for residents to evacuate water . Water in low-lying areas along the mobile home park , often floods during heavy rains .

Central Indiana community today is expected to last well into the week following substantial rainfall , especially in low-lying areas , are bracing for flooding .The National Weather Service ‘s flood warning on Saturday night , as well as rivers and streams, Hancock , Hendricks, Johnson , Marion, Monroe, Morgan , Owen and Shelby counties began to flood .” A Flood Watch is in many areas of central Indiana on Sunday morning ( this ) is effective in the beginning , ” Joe Skowronek a meteorologist with the National Weather Service said .

EAST CENTRAL Shelbyville Indiana Winchester and the Bloomington, Johnson and Shelby countries and regions stretching from VINCENNES through the heaviest rain in the area , Skowronek said.As of Saturday evening , 3.11 inches of rain fell almost 2 inches less than the Saint , the heaviest rain fell in central Indiana in the east of the city , but especially in the southern area of flooded roads and Yard Metro , and were reported across the city to the east .

Indianapolis Power & Light scattering on its website on Saturday night has been wasted . Duke Energy has wasted more suburbs on its website .HAMILTON County Sheriff’s Department on Monday warned to limit driving through . CUMBERLAND Road closed at 106th Street and Lantern Road DEERING Street , 126th Street and 131st STREET was closed , 106th Street to 136th Street and Brooks School Road and Marilyn Road West Hague Road to the lock .

White River and Allisonville Road on Sunday is expected to rise above flood stage , Ind. May apply to the Monday crests , continues to climb the 19 and Ind. 38 ;Johnson County Sheriff’s Office warned that many roads are closed due to high water , and police and fire department rescue residents from their homes due to flooding in some parts of the region and will be ready to clean up low-lying areas were evacuated residents urged .

” We ‘ve had evacuations of some of the northern part of the county , ” Grant Black , director of communications with the Sheriff’s Department . ” They BARGERSVILLE scuba team and a car COUNTY ROAD 200 North » Running rescued several people evacuated homeowners in Cadogan .

Is used to protect the area from flooding the property , which is filled with sand bags in 3000 , the Hamilton County Emergency Management . Sand lightly , but people can buy empty bag into Sunday 7 and 10 .Boone County Emergency Management flood warning , as well as an additional two inches overnight forecast .

Shelby County residents who live in low-lying area was hit hard in the high school evacuates. Shelby County Emergency Management team in the Big Blue River , 6 feet above the level of the flood crest of 19.7 feet to warn residents about the design of neighborhoods canvassed.” We went door to door , and we will take appropriate action and to warn people in advance , ” Mike Schantz, Shelby County Emergency Management Director .

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