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Green Bay issues emergency alert due to flooding
GREEN BAY - The city of Green Bay issued an emergency alert due to heavy flooding Wednesday. The city says police, fire and public works crews have been monitoring the water levels.

Cars are stalled in flooded streets. Some roads are closed and impassable. Military vehicles are being used to rescue stranded drivers.
Drivers are asked to remember "turn around, don't drown" when coming across a flooded roadway.

Residents who live in flood-prone areas are advised to evacuate if flooding damages their home or electrical system.

More storms are expected in the area dumping up to three inches of rain.

Story By: Newswatch 12 Team


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