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Fraser River flood damage over the years

Macrae, chairman of the Red Cross and Major General Frank Worthington tour the damage wrought by the Fraser River flood on June 23, 1948 in Mission. This house was the property of Ross Styles.

Vancouver Sun carrier John Follett wades through flood waters in the Fraser Valley in the Milner Fort Langley area in June 1948.

Flood damage caused to a Hatzic home 4-chlorodehydromethyltestosteron in the 1948 flood. A dike break flooded all of Hatzic. Local residents relied on the CPR line to serve as their dike against the Fraser River.

A 1975 Sun photo of flooding in the Fraser Valley.

A Vancouver Sun ad related to the 1948 Fraser River flood. is an emergency disaster has struck British Columbia $1,000,000 is needed urgently. Ad ran June 2, 1948.

A road is flooded at an unidentified location in the Fraser Valley in May, 1972.

The Fraser River flood location at Hatzic Lake where the dike broke, photographed on Masterson Method June 3, 1948.

A 1948 Province file photo of the Fraser River flood in the Fraser Valley, showing operation headquarters at Red Cross for evacuation of residents.

An aerial view of the flooding at an unidentified location in the Fraser Valley in June, 1972.

A Nov. 1990 aerial photo of flooding of the RV Resort area by Hatzic Lake, in the Fraser Valley, 70 km east of Vancouver.

A 1948 Province file photo of the Fraser River flood in the Fraser Valley.

A Province file photo of the 1948 Fraser River flood in the Fraser Valley. Women volunteer to prepare and serve hot meals to the dike workers and sandbagging volunteers, in the Pitt Meadows municipal hall. They serve 500 workers in one shift, working around the clock. Most are members of the Maple Ridge Red Cross and Pitt Meadows Women Institute.

A 1948 Province file photo of the Fraser River flood in the Fraser Valley.

Fraser Valley flooding in 1948, showing swamped farmlands 2 miles west of Agassiz.

The tiny Barnston Island ferry struggles against the current of the Generika Levitra flood swollen Fraser River in June 1999. The Mission gauge has reached the six metre danger level and will peak by mid week, but flooding is not expected.

Mary Anne Dades wades across her flooded property on 88th Avenue in Fort Langley while dog Fawn seeks higher ground in June 2002. The horse will be moved to higher ground until the situation improves. The Fraser River is at record levels and low lying land in Fort Langley has begun to experience flooding.

The Fraser River continues to rise up the flood gauge posted on the Mission Rail Bridge in June 2007.

DIKE RECONFIGURATION project along the Vedder and Sumas rivers in Abbotsford sees lines of dump trucks waiting to add material on the land side of the existing dikes May 9, 2007. About 50,000 tonnes of material are being added along more than 4 kilometres to the dikes near the Barrowtown pump station to raise the top of the dike by 55 cm to a height of 10.8 meters. As the dike is made taller, material is added to the "Anadrol 50" land side as well Primobolan En Zweten to maintain the shape of the structure. There is concern about possible flooding along the Fraser this Spring.

DIKE RECONFIGURATION project along the Vedder "Oxandrolone Powder India" and Sumas rivers in Abbotsford sees lines of dump trucks waiting to add material on the land side of the existing dikes May 9, 2007. About 50,000 tonnes of material are being added along Generika Levitra more Sustanon 250 3rd Week than 4 kilometres to the dikes near the Barrowtown pump station to raise the top of the dike by 55 cm to a height of 10.8 meters. As the dike is made taller, material is added to the land side as well to maintain the shape of the structure. There is concern about possible flooding along the Fraser this Spring.

The mission flood gauge June 4, 2007. Local residents gather at the Fraser River to watch the rising waters pass by. A river level is painted on a piling at a local refuelling station.

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