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State Of Emergency in Brigham City

State Of Emergency in Brigham City



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(Apr 28, 2005) --
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BRIGHAM CITY-(KSL News) -- Brigham City has declared a state of emergency because of the flooding. "The reservoir is filling into the mayor's pond which is spilling into the Box Elder Creek."

Mayor Lou Ann Christensen says they've let water go into irrigation canals and onto the golf course so it doesn't clog the creek any more.

The city's emergency services director says the rain is what's causing this flooding.

The snow pack still remains in the mountains.

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