OMAHA, Neb. (KMTV) — Yesterday and today, rain has caused some flooding in the area. We'll be keeping track of it here with the latest pictures and video.
Sarah Knust sent us this video from the 14th and Cuming area this morning:
Yesterday, Mills County Emergency Management Agency shared this video of flooding and a newly-constructed levee which should help reduce saturation in some areas:
Sargent McClannan of the Papillion Police Department shared this video of the 72nd Street bridge over the Papio:
The Papio Creek is over the bike path at 72nd St pic.twitter.com/odCHPF1gXE— Sgt McClannan PPD (@SgtMcClannan) September 19, 2019
Two days ago you could drive on this north Pottawattamie County road near Honey Creek. @NWSOmaha says Missouri River is at 29.8 ft. but one resident we talked to said after the rain it was higher than that.@3NewsNowOmaha pic.twitter.com/EHvVpF4BxV— Jake Wasikowski (@jakewasikowski) September 19, 2019
(9-19 at 1 p.m.) The water seems to be holding pretty steady along I-29 north of Council Bluffs. We'll continue to monitor the situation. If you're traveling on I-29 in the next few days, please check the 511 app or https://t.co/2XHJbG5B9b for update pic.twitter.com/B70ejpmxal— Iowa DOT (@iowadot) September 19, 2019