Madera County Sheriff’s Deputy Ian Roth looks out on a swollen Willow Creek near a home on Church Street in North Fork Tuesday. A dozen homes on Church Street and at Bass Lake Mobile Home Park were placed on mandatory evacuation orders early Monday as the creek began to rise several feet underneath buildings and propane tanks. Roth and other deputies remain on patrol in the evacuated areas to keep out possible looters.
Madera County Sheriff’s Deputy Ian Roth looks out on a swollen Willow Creek near a home on Church Street in North Fork Tuesday. A dozen homes on Church Street and at Bass Lake Mobile Home Park were placed on mandatory evacuation orders early Monday as the creek began to rise several feet underneath buildings and propane tanks. Roth and other deputies remain on patrol in the evacuated areas to keep out possible looters. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star
Madera County Sheriff’s Deputy Ian Roth looks out on a swollen Willow Creek near a home on Church Street in North Fork Tuesday. A dozen homes on Church Street and at Bass Lake Mobile Home Park were placed on mandatory evacuation orders early Monday as the creek began to rise several feet underneath buildings and propane tanks. Roth and other deputies remain on patrol in the evacuated areas to keep out possible looters. Mark Evan Smith Sierra Star

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