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Shelter opening in Vermont after flooding


SWANTON, Vt. — The American Red Cross is opening an evacuation center in northern Vermont for residents who are leaving their homes due to flooding. Heavy rain overnight led to flooding in Swanton. Some roads were closed Friday night, including Route 78 ...


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SWANTON, Vt— The American Red Cross is opening an evacuation center in northern Vermont for residents who are leaving their homes due to flooding. Heavy rain overnight led to flooding in SwantonSome roads were closed Friday night, including Route 78, and the New Hampshire-Vermont chapter of the Red Cross was opening an evacuation shelter at Missiquoi Valley Union Middle-High School on Saturday morning. The Red Cross also is monitoring rivers with ice jams that could cause flooding, including the Winooski River near Montpelier, the Pemigewasset River in Woodstock, New Hampshire and Plymouth, New Hampshire, and the Saco River in Conway, New Hampshire. TAGSAccidents and disastersDisaster planning and responseEvacuationsFloodsRed Cross and Red CrescentWeatherWinter weather The AP is one of the largest and most trusted sources of independent newsgatheringAP is neither privately owned nor government-funded; instead, as a not-for-profit news cooperative owned by its American newspaper and broadcast members, it can maintain its single-minded focus on newsgathering and its commitment to the highest standards of objective, accurate journalism. STAY CONNECTED23,473FansLike263FollowersFollow7,055FollowersFollow61SubscribersSubscribe ABOUT USNobody covers Columbus, Indiana and the surrounding areas like The Republic. 2980 NNational Road, Suite A, Columbus, IN 47201 Main Switchboard: (812) 372-7811 Toll Free: (800) 876-7811Contact us: editorial@therepublic.comFOLLOW US

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