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Minor flooding hits West Virginia: Rivers and streams in the Mountain State on the rise overnight: March 6, 2004

GRIFFITHSVILLE, WV - Up to 2 inches of rain fell on many parts of West Virginia, Ohio and Kentucky on Friday night into Saturday morning. Minor flooding was experienced in some areas, including on Straight Fork in Lincoln County (right) where water covered Route 3 in many locations.

Frames from video:


A truck makes the risky move of crossing deep floodwaters on Route 3 in front of Duval High School.


Floodwaters surround a home along Route 3 in Griffithsville.


Pieces of a wooden fence were lifted loose and floated down the swollen creek.


The Griffithsville Fire Department blocks a flooded section of Route 3.


Duval High School's football field was submerged.

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