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Published April 01, 2009, 12:00 AM

Photo Gallery: Spring Flood Photos (April 1, 2009)

Flood photos from Fargo, Moorhead and the surrounding area.


Tim Muhl walks along Moorhead's Fifth Street South Tuesday. He usually runs 6-12 miles each day, but chose to walk during the snow storm. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor

  • Tim Muhl walks along Moorhead's Fifth Street South Tuesday. He usually runs 6-12 miles each day, but chose to walk during the snow storm. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • The memorial on the Main Avenue Bridge sits just above flood waters Tuesday as seen from the Moorhead side.. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • A lamp post at the edge of Moorhead's Woodlawn Park sits askew Tuesday in the Red River's floodwaters. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • Heavy equipment sits idle at Tuesday at Fargo's Centennial Elementary. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • Dr. Vijay Gaba, a MeritCare physician, climbs a bridge Tuesday over a secondary dike to return to his Rose Creek home. The neighborhood association built several such bridges for the residents. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • Spc. Michael Luikens, left, and Spc. Tony Lukkes of the South Dakota Army Guard patrol the secondary dike around the Belmont neighborhood in Fargo. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor
  • A pickup drives through floodwaters flowing across Cass County 17 north of West Fargo tuesday afternoon. David Samson / The Forum
  • A shelf of ice remains frozen in the trees Tuesday afternoon in the Oakport Township area as the Red River falls. Dave Wallis / The Forum
  • Backhoes from Excavating Inc. in Fargo are used to break up ice chunks to keep the floodwaters moving through the Sheyenne diversion along 12th Avenue NW in West Fargo Wednesday morning. David Samson / The Forum
  • Sherriff's Deputy Greg Smith checks in on Selkirk resident Bob Flanders to see how he fared during the flood. Flanders remained in is home surrounded by floodwaters without electricity. David Samson / The Forum
  • Jim and Marsha Kapphaun get ready to check on their flooded home in Briarwood on Wednesday. David Samson / The Forum
  • Mike Wieser walks the grounds of his flooded farmstead near the Wild Rice River on Wednesday. David Samson / The Forum
  • Mike Wieser looks over his flooded property located next to the Wild Rice River on Wednesday. David Samson / The Forum
  • A semblance of normal traffic returns over the noon hour Wednesay to 13th Avenue South. Michael Vosburg / Forum Photo Editor