Record rainfall in April 2011 sent many area rivers into flood, including the Ohio. Below are pictures of the flooding. Click on an image to see a larger version.
Floyds Knobs in Floyd County, along Fertig Creek Road and Scottsville Road, sent to us by John Riley:
Here are some shots from the Clarksville and New Albany area, sent to us by Jamie Huber:
|Near Lewis and Clark Parkway in Clarksville||Near Lewis and Clark Parkway in Clarksville||Falls of the Ohio State Park, Clarksville||Blackiston Mill Road at Silver Creek, Clarksville||Blackiston Mill Road at Silver Creek, Clarksville|
|Blackiston Mill Road at Silver Creek, Clarksville||Blackiston Mill Road at Silver Creek, Clarksville||Blackiston Mill Road at Silver Creek, Clarksville||Blackiston Mill Road at Silver Creek, Clarksville||Spring Street Bridge over Silver Creek in New Albany|
This flooding was along Utica Pike in Jeffersonville. The tree is in the middle of a parking area near a boat ramp. Sent to us by Billy Payne.
The f ollowing photographs were taken in Clark County, Indiana, by Chuck Branham, Chief Photographer for the News and Tribune:
|Blackiston Mill||Blackiston Mill||Utica||Utica|
Here floodwaters surround the American Legion in Alton, Indiana (Crawford County):
These pictures are of Bear Creek and the Blowtown Road Bridge in Grayson County, forwarded to us by Chris Allen of WBKO:
This is the entrance to Two Creeks Subdivision in Frankfort. Photos by Chuck Geveden.
This amazing picture was taken behind the Elizabethtown Fire Department Station 2 where Hawkins Drive and Gallery Place meet. The area underneath the railroad tracks has been washed out. Photo by Tom Williams.
These aerial photographs were taken by Dubois County Flight Services. They show Patoka Lake overflowing into a spillway, Kellerville Road underwater, Ruxer Golf Course, and US 231.
Here's what Lakeview Golf Course in Frankfort looked like! Photo by Michael Sparks.
This is a picture of the Wheelers Mill Bridge on the Grayson/Hart County line, forwarded to us by Chris Allen of WBKO:
This image was taken at the Dog Creek Bridge on KY 1015 in hart County, and was forwarded to us by Chris Allen of WBKO: