Looking towards Ellis Blvd
Various pictures Taken this morning
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Numerology 33 says ... on Friday, Jun 20 at 11:50 PM
Google Haarp --- it will open your eyes
Brit says ... on Saturday, Jun 14 at 6:58 PM
InIraq-There's only been one reported death in all of the flooded areas. It was a 59 year old women. The best thing is too look at a map and see if his area was flooded. People can list themselves on redcross.com saying there safe also.
Aurora Cook says ... on Saturday, Jun 14 at 1:06 PM
My family is all over in this flood. there are some down in ely who can't get to those on South east side I would like to know if all the boat houses have been moved from that one rail road brigde before I 380 to get to family!
InIRQ says ... on Saturday, Jun 14 at 4:52 AM
My brother lives in Cedar Rapids. I am currently deployed. I sent him an e-mail, and got a wierd message back saying that the delivery of the message would be delayed. I can't find any info about people that are wounded or worse. Where can I look?
Torimagic says ... on Saturday, Jun 14 at 12:32 AM
mmmm Ellis Blvd is under water, period. Depends on how close to Ellis park you are how deep it is but I know that it went pretty far up O avenue. The levels are going down now but it is far from over. Donations can be give to the American Red Cross
tonya says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 11:44 PM
I live in Rompot in Cedar Rapids. My neighbor is gone. I am 29 years old, I have lived in Rompot since I was 6 years old. I finally broke down today. my parents house is gone. I grew up in that house. thank you for wanting to help!!!!!
jen says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 11:44 PM
spaz says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 11:32 PM
how far away from ellis blrd and what road is this taken from i live on ellis blvd and out of town was told my house is under water to our attic
JJO says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 12:08 PM
The best thing you can do is donate to the American Red Cross who is seeking donations for the Iowa floods right now.
Underwater in CR says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 10:25 AM
Contact anyone who may know how to get ahold of home improvement shows ask them to pool their funds and help all disaster victims. It won't fix everything but it could help all of us to some point. The costs that will be incurred will be devestating.
cr resident says ... on Thursday, Jun 12 at 10:39 PM
i dont know of thing but you could possibly contact a bank or tv station to see what you can do maybe set something up so they can help set up the flood disaster account or something
Rhond says ... on Thursday, Jun 12 at 7:30 PM
Where can I send $ or clothes, we are in CO, but wish to help.
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