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Louisville Flood 2011 Ohio River Overflows

Louisville Flood 2011 Ohio River Overflows

Lynn Thomas at the Louisville Flood of 2011Lynn Thomas stands on the corner of Witherspoon and Shelby Streets.  Two blocks away from the normal rivers edge, the Ohio River in Louisville Kentucky is overflowing it's banks.  The streets have been closed due to flooding.  Standing on the banks of the overflowed Ohio River, Lynn Thomas discusses the flooding in Louisville, Ky.Louisville Flood 2011She points out the key points of interest from her current perspective and remembers how she used to ride bikes down the streets that now look like rivers.  The city put up these little orange barricades to keep out the traffic.  The photograph to the right is the scene of the Ohio River overflowing as seen from Cambell Street downtown Louisville Ky.  Those bright little orange signs are not, however, keeping the fearless Lynn Thomas away from her flood watching duties.  She is seeing the Louisville River flood from every angle and determining how high the waters are rising to let everyone know what it looks like out there.  Remember.  Stay safe America.

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