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Sign marks flood awareness initiative on third anniversary of May 2010 flood

This "High Water Mark" sign was unveiled May 2, 2013 at England Park in Nashville, Tenn., to draw attention to flood risk and make citizens aware of where waters rose during the May 2010 flood. (USACE photo by Leon Roberts)



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This work, Sign marks flood awareness initiative on third anniversary of May 2010 flood [Image 2 of 6], by Leon Roberts, identified by DVIDS, is free of known copyright restrictions under U.S. copyright law.

Date Taken:05.02.2013

Date Posted:05.03.2013 11:10

Photo ID:922190

VIRIN:130502-A-EO110-005

Resolution:2848x4288

Size:5.91 MB

Location:NASHVILLE, TN, USGlobe

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