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July 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
Residents began evacuating low-lying areas of the city Wednesday as flooding along the Cedar River reached a record level following a night of torrential rain. There were no immediate estimates on the number of evacuees, but Mayor Jim Erb advised anyone living along the river or nearby Hires Creek to be ready to leave the north-central Iowa town of 8,000 people, about 45 miles northwest of Waterloo.
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July 22, 1999 | From Associated Press
Residents began evacuating low-lying areas of the city Wednesday as flooding along the Cedar River reached a record level following a night of torrential rain. There were no immediate estimates on the number of evacuees, but Mayor Jim Erb advised anyone living along the river or nearby Hires Creek to be ready to leave the north-central Iowa town of 8,000 people, about 45 miles northwest of Waterloo.
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