Moosonee, Canada flooding evacuates 200 plus

More than 200 Canadians have been evacuated after flooding in northern Ontario town of Moosonee.

Following Emergency Management Ontario, evacuation first started Friday night from Moosonee to Sudbury.

An emergency has been declared in Kashechewan First Nation.

At least eight communities in northern region are under state of emergency warnings.


Photo: City crews installing sandbags along Rotary Park in Regina, Canada.

Original post: Natural Disasters List May 5, 2013

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