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July brought its typical calamity in Illinois

Posted on August 2, 2022

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Rain inundated the south-central and northern parts of Illinois in July, causing flooding, according to Illinois State Climatologist Trent Ford at the University of Illinois’ Illinois State Water Survey.

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Portions of two buildings fell to the ground on Thursday afternoon on the Lawrence County Courthouse square. Early reports indicate that the roof of the old Yosowitz building located on State Street fell in which caused portions of the Tykal’s Bar building to also collapse, including the upper deck of the outside of the building. The Yosowitz building is unoccupied. Patrons were inside the building of Tykal’s but no injuries have been reported. A portion of State Street, between 11th and 12th streets has been closed for public safety at this time. Those traveling are encouraged to avoid the area.

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