DETROIT – Catastrophic flooding caused by dam failure in mid-Michigan has left shocking damage to roads, houses and entire cities in the area. Sky 4 flew over Midland County as water from the Edenville and Sanford dams invades.
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- Catastrophic flooding caused by two dam failures in mid-Michigan have reshaped many communities. Click here to read more.
- The Local 4 Defenders have uncovered new information about who is responsible for the failure of the Edenville Dam. Click here to read more.
- Michigan Gov. Gretchen Whitmer’s contested executive order concerning nursing homes and the coronavirus (COVID-19) expires Wednesday night. Click here to read more.
- Gov. Gretchen Whitmer provided a complete update on the mid-Michigan floods, touching on the devastating damage to the community, possible legal action against the dam owners and when experts expect the peak water levels to arrive. Click here to read more.
Catastrophic flooding caused by two dam failures in mid-Michigan have reshaped many communities. Trish Wilson, a Redford resident, has a cottage on Wixom Lake.
Entire blocks have been devastated by flooding in mid-Michigan. Homes, businesses, bridges and more destroyed by flooding after two dam failures. The green roof of Midland Farmer’s Market is the only part that’s visible from under eight to 10 feet of water.
The catastrophic flooding caused by two dam failures in mid-Michigan has affected multiple communities, but nobody has been hit harder than the small town of Sanford.
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