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The Flood of 2014

Today’s Assiniboine Height: 1,178.5 feet

Flood damage

As the Assiniboine River recedes, it reveals damage has been done to First Street, where portions of the shoulder asphalt have been washed away, as seen on Monday.

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As the Assiniboine River recedes, it reveals damage has been done to First Street, where portions of the shoulder asphalt have been washed away, as seen on Monday.

First St. awash in damage

As the water goes down, the damage to First Street North is slowly being revealed.

The rapid flowing water lifted large portions of pavement from the northbound lanes, but other sections are still under water.

“It is looking like one lane is in much worse condition than the other,” said Herb Mahood, ...

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