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Flooding Near Antler

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Over-land flooding near Antler caused U.S. Customs and Border Protection to shut down the port of entry along ND Highway 256.

Water is overflowing the banks of South Antler Creek, crossing the highway south of the port of entry making the roadway impassable.

It appears the buildings are remaining dry, but officers were evacuated from the site so confirmation was not readily available.

Residents near the border say the flooding did not start until around 7 this morning.

Ports of entry are still open at Sherwood and Westhope.

 

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