High water advisory issued by Crowe Valley Conservation

Water levels were high in the Deer River in Coe Hill. The river is pictured here near the Old Highway 620 bridge just east of town. Photo: Brent Goodwin

COE HILL — A high water advisory remains in force by the Crowe Valley Conservation Authority, after recent precipitation.

Here’s the link to the authority’s flood water levels information,  where the safety bulletin was posted Nov. 30, 2010.

Here’s part of the advisory for much of northern Hastings County, including Wollaston and Limerick townships:

THE CVCA IS STRONGLY URGING EVERYONE, ESPECIALLY
CHILDREN TO STAY AWAY FROM ALL DAMS, WEIRS, HYDRO
GENERATING PLANTS, BRIDGES AND ALL WATERCOURSES.

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