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Flood waters rise in Kimberley, B.C.

Floodwaters are rising in Kimberley. Overnight Tuesday water levels on Kimberley Creek rose nearly 30 centimeters.

The city is distributing sandbags and an evacuation alert has been orderd for 40 houses in the Morrison subdivision along part of Wallinger Avenue.

Coming up on Daybreak at 6:20 a.m. PT, Kimberley mayor, Ron McRae will give the latest on this developing story.

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