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Bend residents have been out with snow shovels all day trying to clear the deluge of snow Mother Nature dropped on us early this morning.   City officials say they have been plowing roads all day and so far flooding has not been a problem: “We are finished up clearing the streets, it will be cold tonight, so we will have gravel trucks out to keep them open. We did not experience the flooding we thought we might get. We did not get the rain that was expected, there was no flooding over the underpass. We are just getting ready for some more snow Wednesday, and we will be out plowing as soon as it starts.” City of Bend spokesman Justin Finestone. The Red Cross has set up a warming shelter at Sky View Middle School, if some of the 7000 residents who are still without electricity want to warm up.  

 

 

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