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post #11 of 27 Old 06-20-2013, 11:16 PM
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Good luck and best wishes to all our flooded friends, family, pets and livestock!

There are still others in Alberta we haven't heard from... I hope they are OK.
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A house on Bragg Creek being washed away.

Bragg Creek Flood 2013 House Breaking - YouTube
It's so shocking to see all these familiar places/landscapes being destroyed.That is usually a nice gentle little creek;I've picnicked beside it more than once.All those poor people!

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Lethbridge is doing okay, our highest point of water is supposed to happen right away. Only places evacuated are Paradise Canyon, Fort Whoop-Up and Helen Schuler.

Oh good,they (family) should be fine then!
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A house on Bragg Creek being washed away.

Bragg Creek Flood 2013 House Breaking - YouTube

Another Bragg Creek home that I doubt survived..



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post #17 of 27 Old 06-21-2013, 06:38 PM Thread Starter
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Calgary's not faring too well now.Have quite a bit of family there,but so far,they are ok,although at least one of their homes have been flooded out.

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The lower bowl of the Saddledome is filled with water
















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A look at downtown Calgary

Raw Video: Downtown Calgary flooding | Global News Video
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Amazing.
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Sooooo I watched the news.....and they said nothing of the stampede....I guess they have to word themselves correctly before they announce anything....it would be a massive effort to get things back on track with all the damage that's been done downtown....I live about 25 minutes from the downtown core.....
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