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Old 06-10-2008, 04:00 PM   #1
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I heard that I-70 w/b thru Terre Haute has re-opened from flooding. We'll be heading to the KOA in Terre Haute on Sunday,JUN 15. Is that area highly prone to flooding if more T-storms push thru between now and Sunday/? Thanks for any info.
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I heard that I-70 w/b thru Terre Haute has re-opened from flooding. We'll be heading to the KOA in Terre Haute on Sunday,JUN 15. Is that area highly prone to flooding if more T-storms push thru between now and Sunday/? Thanks for any info.
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I believe it all opened today so should be fine if they don't get more large amounts of rain.

I have stayed at Terre Haute KOA many times over the past 20 years and its a very wet park even with just annual seasonal rain. They have tried to put in some drainage but don't know the status in last couple of years!

There are not a lot of alternatives there.

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I heard that I-70 w/b thru Terre Haute has re-opened from flooding. We'll be heading to the KOA in Terre Haute on Sunday,JUN 15. Is that area highly prone to flooding if more T-storms push thru between now and Sunday/? Thanks for any info. </div></BLOCKQUOTE>
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