Duluth, Minn., residents are in shock after rains and floods ravage their city
DULUTH -- Darrin Berg stood on the sidewalk Wednesday along 59th Avenue West near Raleigh Street, looking down at his home of 14 years surrounded by the floodwaters of Keene Creek. At one point the water had reached his first-floor windows and front door.
Berg said he looked outside at 9:30 p.m. Tuesday to see how the creek was doing, and it was running high but he didn't feel the house was threatened. "A half-hour later I looked out, and my yard was gone," he said.
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