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Flooding in Wisconsin, a bird's eye view

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Flooding in Wisconsin, a bird's eye view

Flooding in Wisconsin, a bird's eye view

Drone video shows flooding in the city of Fond du Lac, where a flood warning remains in effect until Saturday.

Rain and rapidly melting snow has caused significant flooding in parts of the state.

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Flooding in Wisconsin, a bird's eye view

ROUGH CUT (NO REPORTER NARRATION) Rain and rapidly melting snow has caused significant flooding in parts of southern Wisconsin.

Drone footage shows flooding in the city of Fond du Lac, where a flood warning remains in effect until Saturday.

The flooding caused road closures and evacuations.




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