Rising creek concerns BR neighborhood
BATON ROUGE - The Cloverhill subdivision just off Barringer Foreman Rd. in Baton Rouge are watching a creek closely that runs through the neighborhood.
Since Tuesday the water levels have slowly increased, in some areas water started to creep closer to homes.
Here’s a closer look at that high water that’s being reported on Baringer-Foreman Road at Cloverhill Blvd.— Dana DiPiazza (@danawbrz) September 15, 2021
Neighbors tell me they’re worried because water from the creek behind this neighborhood is creeping up to their back door.
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