KCRG-TV9 Coverage 11:00-11:15pm, 6-12-08

First time KCRG was allowed to get into the Palo area, because of high water. Palo was completely evacuated.

Water in Waterloo had subsided. The city officials begin allowing some residents back into their homes. Waterloo was also under a curfew, but had it partially lifted.

Vinton had been without power and it would take them two to three more days before full power was restored.

Jones County Public Works Manager Larry Driscoll reports the lost of waste water plant and a breech in the levy in Anamosa. Despite sandbagging, city could not keep water from breaking through.

In Vinton Area where cows were stranded, an individual was able to bring food and water for them to help cattle survive.

Alliant Energy was in Olin trying to help restore power.

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