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Storm Watch: Flooding on Honey Run Road

Action News Now reporter Laura Eng went to Honey Run Road, an area that has previously seen a lot of flooding, to determine how they're holding up in the Jan. 16 storm.

Posted: Jan 16, 2019 5:28 PM
Updated: Jan 16, 2019 5:28 PM

BUTTE COUNTY, Calif. - Action News Now reporter Laura Eng went to Honey Run Road, an area that has previously seen a lot of flooding, to determine how they're holding up in the Jan. 16 storm.

Action News Now spoke with some neighbors in the area who aren't very concerned about major flooding because the covert in the area has been cleared out. 

"We've had it for a while but it had backed up when that water came down," said Ue Labaw, a resident in the area who prepared her property for the flooding. "We trimmed the grass out of a ditch around the house which we were digging feverishly the first time." 

Cal Fire said they're keeping an eye on areas such as Honey Run and Hun Cut Creek drainage as the storm continues Wednesday. 

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