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VIDEO: Before and after rising rivers in Manitoba

WINNIPEG - The live flood cameras found on the Free Press website and on channel 31 on MTS TV have provided a stark and (mostly) uninterrupted look at rising floodwaters around Manitoba for the last few weeks.

Cameras rolled as the province closed off the bridge in St. Jean Baptiste and then in Morris. Both those roads are now completely underwater.

Take a look at the before and after shots captured in those two areas during the last few weeks through the time-lapse video below.

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WINNIPEG - The live flood cameras found on the Free Press website and on channel 31 on MTS TV have provided a stark and (mostly) uninterrupted look at rising floodwaters around Manitoba for the last few weeks.

Cameras rolled as the province closed off the bridge in St. Jean Baptiste and then in Morris. Both those roads are now completely underwater.

Views of a bridge in Morris, Man., before (left) and after flood waters rose in Manitoba.

Views of a bridge in Morris, Man., before (left) and after flood waters rose in Manitoba.

Take a look at the before and after shots captured in those two areas during the last few weeks through the time-lapse video below.

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