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WEST UNION, Ill. (WTHI) - The Darwin Ferry has moved farther across the Wabash River - and closer to Indiana.
Over the weekend, we first told you that the high water swept the ferry into the river. It was docked in West Union, Illinois.
Farmers once used the ferry to haul equipment. It first started operating in 1818.
LINK | DARWIN FERRY BOAT SWEPT AWAY
One farm-land owner asks people to stay away and try not and see the ferry for themselves.
The high river can make for a dangerous situation.
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