South Kalamazoo Neighborhood Streets Impassable Due to Flooding


Suburban roads in Kalamazoo in southern Michigan remained impassable on February 24 following record-breaking flooding caused by storms.

Local media reported the Kalamazoo River peaked on Saturday morning at 11.5 feet, breaking the previous 1947 record of 10.94 feet. Many locals were forced to relocate from their homes after it was flooded with cold water. Credit: thejobbitt via Storyful