EUGENE, Ind (WTHI) - Flood levels are still dangerous and people are forced to evacuate their homes and the flooding continues being fed from the Vermillion River.
According to National Weather Service, the river peaked at 1 Friday morning and now it's starting to go down at the dam in Danville.
There is no word yet on when homeowners near the river will be able to return home or the amount of damage they'll see.
The Vermillion County Sheriff’s Department says seven roads are still closed due to flooding.
- State Road 234, East of 63
- County Road 125 West
- Franklin St
- Water St
- County Road 600 N plus same road NW from Eugene bridge
- Meridian road
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