Water creeping closer in Allenville - KPLC 7 News, Lake Charles, Louisiana

Water creeping closer in Allenville

Water covered County Road 233 coming from the west into Allenville. (Source: KFVS photojournalist Don Frazier) Water covered County Road 233 coming from the west into Allenville. (Source: KFVS photojournalist Don Frazier)
Cape Girardeau County Road 241 (Source: KFVS photojournalist Don Frazier) Cape Girardeau County Road 241 (Source: KFVS photojournalist Don Frazier)
ALLENVILLE, MO (KFVS) -

Water is covering some roads around of Allenville.

There has been no major flooding. No homes are currently in danger of flooding.

Residents say they consider the high water a part of their lives and try work around it.

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