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Last updated on Thursday, August 6, 2009
(NASHVILLE, IN) - Much of Brown County is still without electricity following record rainfall and powerful winds on Tuesday.
Emergency Management Interim Director Rick Woehlecke says the county is now in desperate need of water.
Power is out to the pumps, so area water towers and most faucets have run dry.
Emergency management calls the water outage a critical shortage.
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