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Posted: Sunday, July 2, 2017. 11:04 am CST.

By BBN Staff: The Ministry of National Emergency Management informs that the NEMO Toledo Emergency Operations Center (EOC) has been partially activated as coordinators monitor rising waters of the Moho and Temash rivers.

There is flooding on the road at Jacintoville. Only high vehicles are being allowed to pass at this time. Police personnel are on hand to regulate the situation. Other rivers in Toledo are also being checked for possible flooding.

All residents of rural Toledo in these areas are asked to stay informed as NEMO will provide updates and advisories when necessary.

 

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