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STORY: The north branch of the Clinton River spills over its banks causing heavy flooding in Macomb County.
DATE: Monday, May 24, 2004
CAPTION: Steve Reimer (cq), age 39, of Macomb Township, walks down the middle of Patnick Street (cq), Monday morning as the rushing waters of the Clinton River flow by. The Clinton River spilled over its banks causing heavy flooding in Macomb County. Patnick Street, near the intersection of 21 Mile Road and North Avenue, sits in a low area about 1000 feet away from the Clinton River. Most neighbors, who had lived there for decades said they had never seen flooding this bad. ***HE IS NOT GETTING THE MAIL, HE IS HOLDING ON AGAINST THE POWER OF THE STRONG CURRENT*** by J. Kyle Keener / Detroit Free Press
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STORY: The north branch of the Clinton River spills over its banks causing heavy flooding in Macomb County.<br />
DATE: Monday, May 24, 2004<br />
CAPTION: Steve Reimer (cq), age 39, of Macomb Township, walks down the middle of Patnick Street (cq), Monday morning as the rushing waters of the Clinton River flow by. The Clinton River spilled over its banks causing heavy flooding in Macomb County.  Patnick Street, near the intersection of 21 Mile Road and North Avenue, sits in a low area about 1000 feet away from the Clinton River.  Most neighbors, who had lived there for decades said they had never seen flooding this bad.    ***HE IS NOT GETTING THE MAIL, HE IS HOLDING ON AGAINST THE POWER OF THE STRONG CURRENT*** by J. Kyle Keener / Detroit Free Press