1913 Flood

One of the worse natural disaster in Ohio and Indiana's history occurred 100 years ago. From March 23rd through 27th 1913 between 6 to 10 inches of rain fell across the multi-state area. This rain on already saturated ground with swollen rivers triggered some of the worst flooding ever witnessed, with many of the record crest still held today. 
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© Michael Crane 2011