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here in ft mac, we had the rains a week and a half ago, now southern alberta is getting hit hard ... with lots of damage (20 billion worth) and 3-4 dead ....

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these 2 pics are from ft mac ...

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these 3 pics are from canmore area - banff area

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these pics are all from calgary, the saddledome is expected to have water up to the tenth row of seats ... a couple more ...

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all these pics are on facebook via 2 pages, meanwhile in alberta and fort mcmurray aviation

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You need one of them big old snorkels on your quad for riding in that. Well wishes for everyone affected by it. Mother Nature seems pretty pissed off lately.

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hoping that everybody is well.Relatives and friends..be safe always.

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Hope everything is starting to look better now as it is a massive clean up underway!

Thought are with you all

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That was some nasty flooding. Friend of mine drives city bus there and she was flabbergasted by the flood and devastation. Hope all were and are still safe.

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