‘It’s Devastating’: Water Rises In Valley

No Injuries Reported; Rescue Calls Fizzle Out

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Posted: July 13, 2013

A man jogs Friday morning on Honey Run Road, parts of which were washed out from floodwaters near Clover Hill. Storms brought up to 5 inches of rain in parts of Rockingham County.
Kalaena Robison of Harrisonburg snaps a photo Friday morning of flooded Monger Park at the confluence of Cooks Creek and Blacks Run.
Cars splash along West Dry River Road on Friday, avoiding the deepest water from overnight flooding in Rockingham County.
Floodwaters from Honey Run washed away part of a bridge on Honey Run Road in Rockingham County.
Grace Glenn of Broadway (second from right) escorts her nieces visiting from Indiana (left to right) Alicia Pletcher, 15, Abigail Pletcher, 6, and Sabrina Pletcher, 12, over Slab Road on Friday as Dry River’s floodwaters wash over it. (Photos by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
MOUNT CRAWFORD — Julie Propst stood in the gravel parking lot of Monger Park in Mount Crawford Friday morning, snapping pictures of flooding that turned a baseball field into a lake.

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