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Road Collapse Closes Stretch Near Dell Rapids

April 6, 2011, 6:00 AM by Kelly Bartnick

Road Collapse Closes Stretch Near Dell Rapids
DELL RAPIDS, SD - Authorities in Minnehaha County closed a road east of Dell Rapids after part of it caved in overnight.

They closed about a mile stretch of County Highway 104 around 11:00 p.m. Tuesday, which they had been trying to repair.

While the road is not covered with water, the Big Sioux River is still on the rise in the area toward a second crest.

The water has also gone up considerably at Trent, but the roads there are still passable.

Kelly Bartnick visited both towns overnight. You can watch his report by clicking on the player to the right.

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