Duluth mayor declares state of emergency due to flooding
Mayor Don Ness has declared a state of emergency in the city of Duluth, citing "significant damage, debris and popped manholes."
If you live in a low area near the river, he said on his Facebook page, seek higher ground. He noted that crews are out in force and will be aided by people staying off the roads.
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