May 2005 rain flooded State Route 269 heading into Huron, leaving the road impassable as evidenced by the half-submerged car. SB 1 funding will help build an $18 million bridge to avoid flooding.
May 2005 rain flooded State Route 269 heading into Huron, leaving the road impassable as evidenced by the half-submerged car. SB 1 funding will help build an $18 million bridge to avoid flooding. Fresno Bee Staff Photo
May 2005 rain flooded State Route 269 heading into Huron, leaving the road impassable as evidenced by the half-submerged car. SB 1 funding will help build an $18 million bridge to avoid flooding. Fresno Bee Staff Photo

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