Everything north of Eagle Point was flooded,” reported Road and Bridge Commissioner Bob Langford Monday morning.
“They got 7 inches there. Scott Carpenter got 9 inches of rain and up at Spanish Fort they got as much as 11 inches,” Langford said.
As a result, all of the gravel roads in his precinct north of Lake Nocona suffered erosion from the heavy rainfall.
Langford said je also lost one tin horn but noted it had just recently been installed and the soil had not fully compacted.
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