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KENSETT, IA — Worth County also saw its share of flooding from last night’s storms.
Heavy rains and winds left their mark in the town of Kensett.
From flooding to downed trees, community members are out in full force picking up.
The Mayor tells us they are doing their best to help those affected
“We had the fire department pumping until 2 in the morning,” Kensett Mayor Tom Dakin said. “We’re going around accessing debris damage and letting people know how they are going to get rid of their problem area.
He says he can’t remember having that much standing water in the town before.