PHOTO GALLERY: See reader snapshots of local flooding from the weekend and Monday
The Herald asked readers to submit scenes from their local areas over the past few days.
We are part of The Trust Project.
Check out the growing gallery of reader photos:
1/23: Scene from Sertoma Park in Grand Forks, submitted by Tyler Sletten.
2/23: These photos are approximately 18 hours apart between Friday evening and Saturday afternoon. Submitted by Ken Mabry.
3/23: Photos from Crookston submitted by Sabrina Cardinal.
4/23: Photos from Crookston submitted by Sabrina Cardinal.
5/23: Photos from Crookston submitted by Sabrina Cardinal.
6/23: Photos from Crookston submitted by Sabrina Cardinal.
7/23: Photos from Crookston submitted by Sabrina Cardinal.
8/23: The 800 block of Duke Drive submitted by Danielle Masursky.
9/23: Water roadside on Highway 15, eight miles west of Thompson. Submitted by Jennifer Kohl-Fichtner.
10/23: "The Coulee on campus," submitted via Facebook by Angee Tiarre.
11/23: "South of Northwood," submitted by Jenna Bratlie on Facebook.
12/23: "About a mile north and a mile west of Wannaska, MN," submitted via Facebook by Elysia Kruger.
13/23: Submitted on Facebook by Elysia Kruger.
14/23: Photo from East Grand Forks submitted by Ashley Goldade on Facebook.
15/23: "50 feet of road gone! 8 miles east of Clearbrook, Clearwater Cty Rd 4," submitted by Bruce Emmel on Facebook.
16/23: Crew members of Fusion Automation Inc. of Grand Forks volunteered in Crookston, MN and Fisher, MN helping fight the flood on Monday. Submitted by Swapnil Fegade.
17/23: Photos from Fisher and Crookston, MN, submitted by Swapnil Fegade.
18/23: Photos from Fisher and Crookston, MN, submitted by Swapnil Fegade.
19/23: Picture of Mayville flooding sent by George Jirout.
20/23: Grand Forks County No. 3 and ND Highway 15, submitted by Becky Klug via Facebook.
21/23: "Crookston, MN after the dike broke," submitted by Karen Swatlowski via Facebook.
22/23: "Reynolds off 81," submitted by David Faulhaber via Facebook.
23/23: A photo in East Grand Forks submitted by Shannon Burnett via Facebook.
You can see more photos and video from readers in the comments of our post on Facebook:
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