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Published on January 12, 2014

Two ice cream trucks belonging to the former Farmers Dairy sit in the parking lot behind the Agropur business. It took a few hours to free the trucks, which were surrounded by ice from a jammed Salmon River. Raissa 

Published on January 12, 2014

Cakes of ice are piled just in front of a berm along the Salmon River from the parking lot of Agropur (formerly Farmers Dairy) on the Salmon River Road yesterday. The river jammed with ice, causing the parking lot to overflow with ice cakes, followed by water.

Published on January 12, 2014

The Salmon River behind the former Farmers Dairy is jammed with ice following the weekend's rain and heavy winds.

Published on January 12, 2014

Two tractors were busy in the parking lot of Agropur (formerly Farmers Dairy) on the Salmon River Road yesterday afternoon as they tried to clear ice cakes from the lot. For about a half-mile, the Salmon River was jammed with ice, causing flooding in the parking lot of the business, as well as backyards of homes, all the way down past the Salmon River Fire Hall. 

Published on January 12, 2014

Two ice cream trucks belonging to the former Farmers Dairy sit in the parking lot behind the Agropur business. It took a few hours to free the trucks, which were surrounded by ice from a jammed Salmon River. 

Published on January 12, 2014

The front lawn of Agropur on the Salmon River Road was flooded with water and ice cakes from the Salmon River yesterday afternoon. Two tractors were brought in to clear the back parking lot of the business, which was covered with ice cakes. 

Published on January 12, 2014

Andrew Peterson, a firefighter with the Salmon River and District Volunteer Fire Brigade, stops at a hose pumping water out of the basement of the department after it flooded yesterday afternoon. All firefighters with the department were paged to help with the clean up, which occurred after the Salmon River jammed.

Published on January 12, 2014

Members of the Salmon River and District Volunteer Fire Brigade, from left, Stefan Deuville, Deputy Chief Robert Logan and Andrew Peterson were busy clearing out the basement of the fire hall yesterday afternoon after water started to seep into the hall.

Published on January 12, 2014

Ice in the North River is backing up under the bridge on the McKenzie Settlement Road following a weekend of heavy rain and wind. The weekend weather was also causing some flooding in areas, such as Park Street, and the Salmon River. 

Heavy rain and wind over the weekend, along with temperatures above the freezing mark, caused many of the waterways, including the North and Salmon rivers to jam with ice.

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