Some flooding losses are attributed to small rivers

Although Otter Creek has been the center of attention for preparing for high waters in Middlebury throughout this soggy summer, the bout of Aug. 4 flash flooding that wreaked havoc on Addison County was primarily the fault of small rivers that crept, and then sprinted, over edges and into yards, driveways and basements. 

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