"Lots and lots of water and lots and lots of wet," she said. "We were just worried."
"It was just rain all day long," said Jim Kelly, owner of Lost River Campground. "It wasn't that heavy, and then in the middle of the night, it just intensified."
Fire Chief Ronald Beard said his department responded to emergency calls all day.
One section of Route 112 was down to one lane because of damage from the rushing water. Transportation officials said they hoped to have one lane open in each direction soon. Repairs are expected to take several days.
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LIVE THE LINCOLN WHERE SHE SPOKE TO FAMILIES AFFECTED BY THE HIGH WATER. WE SPOKE TO ONE FAMILY IN PARTICULAR, THEY WOKE UP TO THREE FEET OF RAIN IN THEIR BACK YARD AND WHAT THEY FOUND IN THEIR BASEMENT WAS EVEN WORSE. A LOCAL RESIDENT REACHING OUT TO A FAMILY IN NEED THURSDAY. IT WAS HEART WRENCHING TO HEAR THAT THEY LOST EVERYTHING. THE BASEMENT OF THIS HOME IS FLOODED FROM THE RAIN OVERNIGHT. JASON KELLY SPENT THE MORNING HELPING HIS BROTHER CLEAN UP. WE HAD ABOUT FIVE OR SIX FEET OF WATER IN THIS BASEMENT. MOST OF IT HAS BEEN REMOVED, BUT THE RAIN CAUSED THOUSANDS OF DOLLARS OF DAMAGE. ITEMS IN STORAGE ARE NOW RUINED, INCLUDING LOTS OF CLOTHES. THE FAMILY HAS A 10 DAY OLD BABY AND ALL THE GIFTS FROM THEIR BABY SHOWER NOW GONE. IT CAME THIS DIRECTION INSTEAD OF GOING ACROSS THE ROAD. A TOUGH DAY FOR MANY IN TOWN. THE LOCAL FIRE DEPARTMENT SAYS THEY HAVEN'T SEEN THIS MUCH RAIN SINCE HURRICANE IRENE. WE GET APPROXIMATELY FIVE AND A HALF INCHES WITH AN 18 HOUR PERIOD. THE CHIEF SAYS THEY'VE BEEN RESPONDING TO EMERGENCY CALLS ALL DAY. THERE'S OTHER HOMEOWNER DAMAGE, WE HAD SOME PROPANE BOTTLES UPROOTED AND TIPPED OVER, AND JUST FORCE OF NATURE. THE RAIN CAUSING SOME DAMAGE TO LOON MOUNTAIN. WE RECORDED SIX AND A HALF INCHES. HE SAYS THE MOUNTAIN SAW SOME EROSION. THE RIVER THAT RUN BUSINESS THE BASE OF Converse No Laces Womens
"There is a lot more home damage," he said. "Propane bottles uplifted and toppled over. It's a force of nature."
Campers at the Lost River Campground said they never felt like they were in real danger, but they said it was unnerving to be forced to leave their campsites in the early morning hours.
"Oh my God. Our tent is going to float away," she said. "But we just got it."
Heavy rain washes away roads
THE MOUNTAIN ROSE PRETTY HIGH. RIGHT NOW IT'S PRETTY HIGH, BUT IT WAS A LOT HIGHER THIS MORNING, SO IT'S GONE DOWN A BIT. THEY WERE ALSO DOING BETTER THAN THEY WERE THIS MORNING, BUT STILL A LONG ROAD AHEAD TO GETTING BACK TO NORMAL. WE DON'T KNOW EXACTLY EVERYTHING THAT'S LOST RIGHT NOW. WE'RE JUST STILL IN THE BEGINNING STAGES OF GETTING THE WATER OUT TO START WITH. AS CAN YOU SEE THERE ARE STILL SEVERAL PEOPLE WORKING AT THE HOUSE TONIGHT. JASON SAYS HE WANTS TO THANK EVERYONE THAT HOPED OUT HIS
"When I started hearing rumbling, with the rocks tumbling in the river," he said. "I got out in the parking lot, and it was about knee deep."
In Lincoln, fire officials said they hadn't seen that much rain since Hurricane Irene hit more than three years ago.
"I saw a whole big tree with big roots, and the whole base of it was just flying down the river," she said.
Then, as she gathered her children, she had another thought.
Several campsites were washed away, but no one was injured.
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By that time, the water was already over the bridge that connects to the campsite, trapping the campers who had to scramble to higher ground. Two firefighters roped over to make sure that everyone was OK, and it was then just a matter of waiting for the water to recede.
"We had about five to six feet of water in his basement," Kelley said.
The basement of a house on Mansion Hill Drive was flooded after the storm. The homeowner's brother, Jason Kelley, spent the morning helping his brother clean up.
In other sections of town Thursday, the cleanup was underway. Dotti and Bob Stahler needed to have their basement pumped out. Dotti Stahler said the force of the water was incredible.
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