Flooding threatens residents in Sacramento County
GUERNEVILLE, Calif. - Emergency crews in California have been working to bolster a levee in Sacramento County, where a swollen river is threatening a rural community.
About 2,000 people were told to evacuate Tuesday, and emergency officials say water is expected to spill over the levee overnight, flooding low-lying roads and buildings with up to 1 foot of water.
There've been days of heavy rain.
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