As the month of May draws to a close, the Arkansas River is experiencing severe flooding and storms are gathering, with at least four people injured after a tornado tore off the roof of an apartment building in Pine Bluff, Arkansas, as a strong thunderstorm line moved through the area. Hood said the storm that hit PineBluff was the first of its kind in the state in more than two weeks. The weather service plans to send a surveying team to Pinebluff to determine whether a tornado or straight wind caused the damage.
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The county is monitoring Potliquor and the community of Packingtown in Pine Bluff as the aging Arkansas levee system is challenged. The county has been monitoring Packedtown and Potomac in the community of PineBluff for several weeks as Arkansas' aging levee system threatens the water supply and quality of the area around the city and its residents.
If the levee in Pine Bluff breaks, it would be devastating for the town of about 1,000 residents and more than 2,500 homes. But city officials say PineBluff can still recover and rebuild, and they are optimistic about the future of their city.
Shirley Washington, mayor of Pine Bluff, says federal and state aid will be available to help clean up and rebuild the city's 42,000 residents after record flooding. Any home or property damaged or uninhabitable by a severe storm or flood can qualify for federal disaster assistance. On May 10, there was a severe rainstorm in the Pine Bluffs area, and the plaintiffs called Mr. Lawyer to report water damage to their homes. They have standard flood insurance (SFIP) issued by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP) of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development.
The Arkansas River peaks at Pine Bluffs, Arkansas, on May 10, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.
The levees north of Pine Bluff have been aging, but their infrastructure has not broken and no parts have collapsed.
In Jefferson County, 550 homes within the county's levee system are at risk, and some residents have left their properties after they were flooded. The Big Dam Bridge is inaccessible and the Arkansas River is measured west of Toad Suck Lock and Dam. At worst, the levees and bridges of Pine Bluff and Little Rock-Pulaski County are under water because of flooding. Flooding is also seen along the White River, which is fed by the Arkansas River. While LittleRock and Pulaskingi County recorded moderate flooding, major flooding has occurred across the state in recent days.
Flooding in Pine Bluff and Little Rock - Pulaski County due to flooding along the White River and the Arkansas River in Jefferson County, Arkansas.
The Arkansas River near Pendleton is in or near flood stage, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Note: Some levees are damaged, but they hold, and what happened is low. The Arkansas River at Pendleton is near or at high tide, as are the White River and Mississippi in Little Rock - Pulaski County. Pine Bluff Fire Chief Mark St. John told the Arkansas Gazette: 'What happened was even lower.
The Arkansas River near Pine Bluff is in or near flood plains, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and is at high tide, as are the White River and Mississippi in Little Rock-Pulaski County. The Arkansas River near Pendleton and the Mississippi River in PineBluff are both at or below flood level, but not at the same level as the floods.
The Arkansas River near Little Rock is in or near flood stage, according to the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, and is in flood stage in PineBluff, Pendleton, Little River and Pulaski County. The Arkansas River near Pine Bluff and the Mississippi River in Little Rock are both at flood levels, but not at the same level as the floods. In addition to the flood, the Arkansas rivers near the town of Pinebluff are near or below flood levels, as are the White River, Mississippi and White Creek.