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Flooded Highway at Manitou Beach in Saskatchewan Looking east along Lake Avenue at Manitou Beach, 100 km southeast of Saskatoon.  The road is also known at this point as Saskatchewan Highway 365.  Due to flooding from the rising waters of Little Manitou Lake, the road was washed out several years ago and is now impassible.  The right-hand side of the road, which used to be dry prairie, is now so constantly underwater and serves as makeshift marina for pleasure boats that use the lake.  The boats pass around the end of the road, which can be seen in the distance.  The town of Manitou Beach has been suffering from flooding for the past few years as wet weather has caused the lake water levels to rise.  With no place for the water to drain to, various parts of the community have experienced flooding along the shoreline.  Gravel flood abatement barriers have been put in place to prevent the lake from further encroaching into the community and damaging more of the shoreline and the buildings close to the water. Accidents and Disasters Stock Photo
Looking east along Lake Avenue at Manitou Beach, 100 km southeast of Saskatoon. The road is also known at this point as Saskatchewan Highway 365. Due to flooding from the rising waters of Little Manitou Lake, the road was washed out several years ago and is now impassible. The right-hand side of the road, which used to be dry prairie, is now so constantly underwater and serves as makeshift marina for pleasure boats that use the lake. The boats pass around the end of the road, which can be seen in the distance. The town of Manitou Beach has been suffering from flooding for the past few years as wet weather has caused the lake water levels to rise. With no place for the water to drain to, various parts of the community have experienced flooding along the shoreline. Gravel flood abatement barriers have been put in place to prevent the lake from further encroaching into the community and damaging more of the shoreline and the buildings close to the water.

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Looking east along Lake Avenue at Manitou Beach, 100 km southeast of Saskatoon. The road is also known at this point as Saskatchewan Highway 365. Due to flooding from the rising waters of Little Manitou Lake, the road was washed out several years ago and is now impassible. The right-hand side of the road, which used to be dry prairie, is now so constantly underwater and serves as makeshift marina for pleasure boats that use the lake. The boats pass around the end of the road, which can be seen in the distance. The town of Manitou Beach has been suffering from flooding for the past few years as wet weather has caused the lake water levels to rise. With no place for the water to drain to, various parts of the community have experienced flooding along the shoreline. Gravel flood abatement barriers have been put in place to prevent the lake from further encroaching into the community and damaging more of the shoreline and the buildings close to the water.

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