Flooding

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DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press The confluence of the Wabash River, left, and the Ohio River, right, covers miles of farmland and is backing up water upriver from both watery thoroughfares.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press Ellis Park Race track is surrounded by the muddy floodwaters of the Ohio River Thursday morning. The infield is also flooded with seepage from the river and U.S. 41 has been unaffected so far.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press The rising water of the Ohio River continues to keep the French Island Trail in Newburgh, Ind., closed Thursday morning.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press LST 325 is moored safely at her Marina Point home in Evansville.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press A coal barge pushes its load down the Ohio River beneath the Twin Bridges which span the flood-swollen waters Thursday afternoon.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press The bridge spanning Pigeon Creek at the mouth of the Ohio River is now partially underwater as of Thursday afternoon.
DENNY SIMMONS / Courier & Press Pigeon Creek spreads out beside I-164 north of Lynch Road on Thursday afternoon. Combs Landscape and Nursery can be seen above the highway at the center of the picture.
Flooding at businesses across from TD's work
Flooding at businesses across from TD's work
Flooding at businesses across from TD's work
The lake behind TD's work before the flooding
The lake behind TD's work after the flooding
The lake behind TD's work after the flooding
The lake behind TD's work after the flooding
The lake behind TD's work after the flooding
The lake behind TD's work after the flooding
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