Flooding in Washington County 06-18-14
Photos by John Ehlke
The tire marks from a car involved in an accident along county highway H from Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. Firefighters stand near an accident on highway 41 southbound on Wednesday morning near Richfield. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. Firefighters and a police official stand near an accident on the side of highway 41 southbound on Wednesday morning near Richfield. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. Water is kicked up as cars pass by firefighters standing near an accident on highway 41 southbound on Wednesday morning near Richfield. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. State Patrol officials examine a Washington County Sheriff's car involved in an accident on county highway H on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. <br/><br/> State Patrol officials examine a Washington County Sheriff's car involved in an accident on county highway H on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. State Patrol officials examine a Washington County Sheriff's car involved in an accident on county highway H on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. Heavy rain fall on Wednesday morning and afternoon caused multiple accidents in Washington County. Dylan Baumhardt, 9, jumps into a swimming pool with his brother, Jacob, that is surrounded by water in their backyard on Wednesday morning in Kewaksum. Family members say a creek runs behind the home that typically is six inches deep. The pool in the backyard is estimated at 52 inches in height. Dylan Baumhardt, 9, exits the swimming pool that is surrounded by water in their backyard on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. Dylan and his brother, Jacob, enjoyed a morning swim in their backyard that was flooded from the early morning rains. The pool is estimated at 52 inches in height. Family members say a creek runs behind the home that typically is six inches deep. Jack Bielaga examines the damage done to his patio furniture from a storm on Tuesday at his home on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. A wall from Bielaga's shed was ripped and held up by an electrical cable. A tree was uprooted and nearly hit the parked cars in the driveway. No one was injured from the damage. The fallen tree from storm on Tuesday morning in the front yard of the Bielaga home on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. A wall from Bielaga's shed was torn and held up by an electrical cable. A tree was uprooted and nearly hit the parked cars in the driveway. No one was injured from the damage. Jack Bielaga examines the storm damage to his home from Tuesday's storm outside his home on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. The fallen tree from storm Tuesday's storm damage in the front yard of the Bielaga home on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. A wall from Bielaga's shed was torn and held up by an electrical cable. A tree was uprooted and nearly hit the parked cars in the driveway. No one was injured from the damage. The cable wire holding up the torn wall from on the shed from the Bielaga home on Wednesday morning in Kewaskum. A tree was uprooted and nearly hit the parked cars in the driveway. No one was injured from the damage. Shaggy the Baumhardt family dog plays in the flooded backyard near the garage on Wednesday afternoon in Kewaksum. The backyard flooded after a high amount of rain fall on Wednesday morning. Family members say the creek in their backyard typically runs six inches high.
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