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Traill residents must call 911 for evacuation

Traill County (N.D.) residents who need evacuating should call 911, the sheriff's department said in a news release. The 911 dispatcher will need to know the resident's location, the number of people at the location and any special needs or conce...

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Traill County (N.D.) residents who need evacuating should call 911, the sheriff's department said in a news release.

The 911 dispatcher will need to know the resident's location, the number of people at the location and any special needs or concerns of the people there.

The elevated Red River and the number of underwater roads and driveways are making travel in the county difficult.

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