Heavy Rains Cause Catastrophic Flooding In Vermont

MONTPELIER, VERMONT - JULY 11: A person walks through the flooded waters of Main Street on July 11, 2023 in Montpelier, Vermont. Up to eight inches of rain fell over 48 hours and residents were warned that Wrightsville Dam could reach capacity, forcing it to release more water that could impact the downtown area. (Photo by Kylie Cooper/Getty Images)
MONTPELIER, VERMONT - JULY 11: A person walks through the flooded waters of Main Street on July 11, 2023 in Montpelier, Vermont. Up to eight inches of rain fell over 48 hours and residents were warned that Wrightsville Dam could reach capacity, forcing it to release more water that could impact the downtown area. (Photo by Kylie Cooper/Getty Images)
Heavy Rains Cause Catastrophic Flooding In Vermont
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