High water closes Harrison County Schools Monday

Courtesy: FB/Harrison Co. Search & Rescue

HARRISON COUNTY, Ky. (WTVQ)- Harrison County’s Search and Rescue Team says it made at least two water rescues Sunday.

A photo of a car outside Lee’s Famous Recipe shows how deep the water was. It almost covered the car’s tires.

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The school district says it is closed Sunday due to flooding and high water.

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