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The Maine Warden service is prepared for evacuations

The Maine Warden Service is prepared to assist with evacuations if there is extensive flooding over the weekend. Kathy McCarty spoke with a game warden who offered advice for those affected by high water.

The rain and snow melt over the next few days has a number of County communities on high alert for possible flooding. One of those communities is Fort Kent, where officials will be watching conditions closely and already have plans in place.. Katie Zarrilli reports.

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