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Flood waters finally recede from Iguana Creek Bridge

Posted: Sunday, October 16, 2022. 10:33 am CST.

By Benjamin Flowers: Flood waters at the Iguana Creek Bridge in the Cayo district have finally subsided.

Reports issued earlier today say that the water is finally below the bridge, after being elevated for the past six days.

Up to Saturday, October 15, water levels were still a foot above the bridge. The bridge along with several other areas within the Cayo District had been affected by severe flooding since Sunday, October 9, due to torrential rains brought on by Hurricane Julia making landfall in Nicaragua.

While the storm was later downgraded, the consistent rains caused all three dams in the Cayo district to become flooded, activating their spillways.

Our thanks to the administrator of the Iguana Creek Bridge Facebook page for this latest update.

 

 

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