Corey Child, Madison County Fire Chief and Emergency Manager said in a statement access to areas affected by the road washouts are difficult to access by first responders and poses a great threat to the public.
“There was water coming down from the ceiling, the fixtures, the outlets, the light switches and just anywhere it could come out,” Geist said. “We all just huddled in one room that was dry and slept there.”
A sink hole near South 1st East Street in Rexburg, Idaho caused a broken waterline and minor flooding yesterday. Crews have blocked traffic from entering and are working on the road. Continue to follow this story as it develops.
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