Frenchtown Township firefighters evacuate Grand Beach due to severe flooding

Firefighters say water is 4 feet deep in some places

By Derick Hutchinson, Steve Garagiola - Reporter/Anchor

FRENCHTOWN TOWNSHIP, Mich. - Firefighters in Frenchtown Township are evacuating Grand Beach due to severe flooding, the fire department announced.

Officials said water is about 4 feet deep in Grand Beach due to heavy participation in Metro Detroit.

VIDEOSI-75 flooding in both directions near 7 Mile Road

"Anyone near the beaches that is experiencing raising water levels should consider finding somewhere to go while the flooding lasts," the Frenchtown Township Fire Department posted on Facebook.

Here's a look at the flooding in Lakefront neighborhood in Frenchtown Township:

You can see pictures of the Grand Beach flooding below:

There's serious flooding on roadways throughout Monroe County.  Drivers in parts of LaSalle Township are blocked due to completely flooded streets.

You can see pictures of rescue crews in LaSalle Township below:

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