A dam at Prince’s Lakes in
Kevin Cox with the Indiana Voluntary Organizations Active in Disasters (INVOAD) said conditions were so dangerous that state officials were asking volunteers to wait until roads and bridges were safer before beginning their relief efforts.
“Most of our counties, the roads and bridges are being washed out,” Cox said, adding that the Salvation Army also was providing shelter to storm victims. “We’re asking volunteers to please not respond for a couple of days and stay tuned to the news. This will be one of the largest cleanups in state history.”
Some of the same regions and counties involved in widespread floods in January were again under water Saturday. “It was nonstop thunder, the wind and a downpour today,” said Ann Gregson, resource development manager with the American Red Cross of Greater Indianapolis. “It’s whole communities being evacuated. Main arteries are out.”…
Bloggers sometimes make puns. Rainsville, Indiana (Warren County, in an early map, via Wikimedia Commons