Tuesday night's temporary -- and voluntary -- evacuation of residents of Downer Addition in Sheridan County was caused by the storm that brought heavy rain to much of the County late afternoon and early evening.
Sheridan College opened up one of their residency halls last night to provide a temporary shelter to those displaced by flooding in Montana, and for any of the Downer Addition residents who were temporarily evacuated Tuesday night.
Per a media release from Charlene Johnson with Indian Health Services in Billings, the outpatient clinic at the Crow/Northern Cheyenne Indian Health Service (IHS) Hospital remains closed. The emergency department continues to be on divert.
Heavy rainfall throughout the day and evening caused flash flooding throughout parts of Sheridan County Tuesday that included the temporary evacuation of residents in Downer Addition to the the K-Mart parking lot.
As the title song of an Alice Cooper classic declares, Lodge Grass Schools, per Lodge Grass Principal Jeff Ralston are “out for summer,” although not in the manner intended, thanks to flooding in the region.
In a media release issued this afternoon from Charlene Johnson with Indian Health Services in Billings, she indicates that the outpatient clinic at the Crow/Northern Cheyenne Indian Health Service (IHS) Hospital continues to be closed following flooding in the area.