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Vinton Iowa - Area Code 319 - Zip Code 52349

 

2008 Flood

 

Vinton Iowa Community Foundation

24.7 The Story of the Flood of 2008

 
A boat makes its way past submerged homes along the Cedar River outside Vinton on Friday, June 13, 2008.
(Liz Martin/The Gazette)
 

Floodwater of the Cedar River near the Vinton courthouse after submerging the Law Enforcement Center on Friday, June 13, 2008. (Liz Martin/The Gazette)

 

A home on the Cedar River is submerged in flood waters in Vinton on Thursday, June 12, 2008.
(Courtney Sargent/The Gazette)

 

The D Avenue and Second Street sign is almost completely submerged in flood water in Vinton on Thursday, June 12, 2008. (Courtney Sargent/The Gazette)

 

 Inmates from the Benton County Jail in Vinton Iowa are being relocated after being transported outby boat as flood waters rise

     The Karr electrical substation is submerged and surrounded by water along the Cedar River north of Vinton, Iowa, as water from the river continues to rise Wednesday June 11, 2008 in Vinton, Iowa. Flood waters have inundated the electric plant in Vinton and the entire city is now without power. Officials are preparing for the Cedar River to crest at record levels all across the state. From AP Photo by Steve Pope.

     Vehicles left behind are engulfed by flood water from the Cedar River that continues to rise Wednesday June 11, 2008 in Vinton, Iowa. Flood waters have inundated the electric plant in Vinton and the entire city is now without power. Officials are preparing for the Cedar River to crest at record levels all across the state. From AP Photo by Steve Pope.

 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

 

 

   

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