The Saratoga Sun -


Photos from: Folks on the water




Mike Dunn

Members of the National Guard fill sandbags Wednesday afternoon in an attempt to keep up with the demand. Late Tuesday evening, it was predicted that another 100,000 bags would be needed in addition to the 60,000 sandbags already in place to prevent flooding. The river has risen to levels higher than predicted earlier in the week. The weather, later this week, will play an important role in how high the river will get by Friday. Carbon County Emergency Management Coordinator John Zeiger is working with several state agencies in response to the rising waters.



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