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Hard to tell what kind of work they'll have to do right at the intersection of 18th and Grand Valley once the sandbags are taken away. Will it just be a big mess to clean up, or are there any major pavement issues... the pictures I'd say are inconclusive.
The underpass at the intersection with the Trans Canada is another story though. The area underneath is in awful shape, almost looks like an asteroid landed in the space (pics added). The lane that comes in from/goes out to Trans Canada Eastbound looks like for the most part like they might be able to clean it off and use it except for a few issues with the shoulder right where it joins Grand Valley... again with the disclaimer that I don't know if structurally there might be work they'd have to do because of all of the water that was flowing in the area.
Best news of all is that the river reading at 1st street at the moment is 357.68m... which is only 45 cm away from not technically beind a flood any more (flood stage is 357.23).
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