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| caption = This image of Massillon illustrates some of the flooding and damage in Stark County during the Independence Day floods. The heaviest rain of July 4-5, 1969 (10-14 inches), fell in a band heading southeast from Ottawa County to Wayne and Holmes Counties. Massillon was just east of that area but suffered its fair share with 6 or more inches of rain.
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| caption = This image of Massillon illustrates some of the flooding and damage in Stark County during the Independence Day floods. The heaviest rain of July 4–5, 1969 (10-14 inches), fell in a band heading southeast from Ottawa County to Wayne and Holmes Counties. Massillon was just east of that area but suffered its fair share with 6 or more inches of rain.
 
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<p>The most devastating summer flooding in Ohio history struck north-central Ohio during the state
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The most devastating summer flooding in Ohio history struck north-central Ohio during the state
 
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Revision as of 23:29, 28 April 2013

File:1969 Independance Day Flood (1).jpg
This image of Massillon illustrates some of the flooding and damage in Stark County during the Independence Day floods. The heaviest rain of July 4–5, 1969 (10-14 inches), fell in a band heading southeast from Ottawa County to Wayne and Holmes Counties. Massillon was just east of that area but suffered its fair share with 6 or more inches of rain.


The most devastating summer flooding in Ohio history struck north-central Ohio during the state