Photos: Flooding around Minnesota


Days of relentless rainfall and waves of storms has caused flooded streets and backyards, mudslides and storm damage throughout Minnesota.

Here's a collection of photos sent to BringMeTheNews via Facebook after Thursday morning's heavy rain:

The Black River spilled over a road in Loman, located in Koochiching County, by Brent Olson:

Littlefork, located in Koochiching County, by Christine Klemetsen:

A dock on Rainy Lake, near International Falls, by Deb Taylor:

Bridge is out in Owatonna, located in Steele County, by Brandy Hanson Wilker:

Sandbagging in International Falls, by Theresa Neises:

Hugo, located in Washington County, by Serena Jo:

The Carlson Towers, located in Hennepin County, by Kara Pederson:

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