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More than 100 Peguis residents affected by flooding

Residents of Peguis First Nation pass sandbags to each other Sunday in an effort to fight flooding that threatens their community.

A flood fighting work crew sandbags the home of Emergency co-ordinator William Sutherland on Peguis First Nation Reserve Sunday April 27, 2014 as the Fisher River spills over its banks.

DAVID LIPNOWSKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Residents of Peguis First Nation pass sandbags to each other Sunday in an effort to fight flooding that threatens their community. A flood fighting work crew sandbags the home of Emergency co-ordinator William Sutherland on Peguis First Nation Reserve Sunday April 27, 2014 as the Fisher River spills over its banks. Purchase Photo Print

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