River in Michigan, United States
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The Tittabawassee River flows in a generally southeasterly direction through the Lower Peninsula of the U.S. state of Michigan. The river begins at Secord Lake in Clement Township, at the confluence of the East Branch and the Middle Branch. From there it flows through Gladwin, Midland and Saginaw counties where, as a major tributary of the Saginaw River, it flows into it at Saginaw. Its tributaries include the Chippewa, Pine, Molasses, Sugar, and Tobacco rivers.
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Before and after: See destruction of Michigan flooding in satellite imagesThe Landsat 8, an American observation satellite, depicts the two mid-Michigan dams — Edenville and Sanford — that failed and the Tittabawassee River.
Live Updates: Michigan Dam Breaks and Flooding Force Thousands to EvacuateThe National Weather Service issued a flash-flood warning for areas near the Tittabawassee River. The disaster was compounded by the effects of the coronavirus.
Building seen floating down Tittabawassee River after Michigan dams breakA building was seen floating down the Tittabawassee River in Sanford, Michigan, on May 19, after the nearby Edenville Dam breached.
Drone footage shows Michigan flood waters forcing community to evacuateFlood warnings for parts of Michigan force residents to leave their homes. The warnings stretch the length of the Tittabawassee River.
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