Flood damage on North Fork RiverAdd to Cart Add to Lightbox Download
A large log hangs high in a tree above a kayaker floating down the North Fork of the White River near Hammond Camp in Ozark County, Missouri. The log is an indicator of how high the floodwaters were during the late April 2017 flood which uprooted trees and destroyed several highway bridges.
The North Fork of the White River, known locally as the North Fork River is a popular floating and fishing stream, known for its spring-fed water. The 109-mile-long river is a tributary of the White River.
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