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North Country not spared from flooding

 Waters of Johns Brook just below Route 73 in Keene Valley in the Adirondacks on Friday  (Photo by Dan Plumley/Adirondack Wild)
Waters of Johns Brook just below Route 73 in Keene Valley in the Adirondacks on Friday (Photo by Dan Plumley/Adirondack Wild)
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Several inches of rain in the eastern Adirondacks on Friday resulted in the most widespread flooding since Tropical Storm Irene struck a devastating blow nearly two years ago. Parts of two major state highways were closed in Essex County, there were evacuations in Elizabethtown and some rural residents were cut off by high water in Warren County. In Keene Valley, Johns Brook rose to within inches of the Route 73 bridge Friday morning, and boulders ...


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