This page contains three final photos. The flooding
stretched across much the city of Kalamazoo, primarily following
Crosstown Parkway from west to east. All direct routes from the
south into the downtown area were closed, including S. Park St., S.
Rose St., S. Burdick St., and Portage St.. The first photo on this page
shows the western extent of flooding that closed S. Park St. just to
the north of Crosstown Parkway. The second photo shows the
eastern extent of the flooding that closed Mills St. at Crosstown
Parkway. The third photo shows flooding at the intersection of
Mills St. and the Kings Highway. The Kings Highway is a major
route into downtown Kalamazoo from the east.
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The Axtell Creek flows over S.
Park St. near Crosstown Parkway.
I was standing in the flooded parking lot of the National City Bank.
Flooding at Poor Richards Cafe
on the intersection of Mills St.
and Crosstown Parkway.
Flooding at the intersection
of Mills St. and the Kings Highway.