Flooding at Lake Homes in Crow Wing County
Authorities are warning you to be careful if you go out on Crow Wing County Lakes.
The county has received historic rainfall since early June, and lakes are near all time high water levels.
According to Sheriff Todd Dahl, there have been reports of docks and boats floating free from shore. Some residents who own homes on the lake have reported portions of their front yards are underwater.
Dahl says any wave action can cause more damage.
The Wausau Paper Mill Dam reports its hazard buoys and safety cable have been destroyed by debris in the water.
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