Great Miami River tops flood stage north, south of Dayton
Darrin Moore of Tipp City and his daughter Emma, 6, get a closer look at the water rushing through the gates at Taylorsville Dam, which controls the Great Miami River, on Sunday, March 6. Staff Photo by Chris Stewart A swollen Great Miami River runs through downtown Dayton on Sunday, March 6. Staff Photo by Chris Stewart A flooded Rip Rap Road is ...
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#1 Mar 7, 2011
Thanks to our grandfathers in Dayton who paid for the dam system out of thier own pockets.The 5 dams were built to stop floods twice as bad as the 1913 flood.My grand father's team of horses was commandered by the Sherrif to haul dead horses and bodies from downtown Dayton during the clean up.
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