Some in Wyo. community told to seek higher ground

 Some in Wyo. community told to seek higher ground

Residents in the Wind River Indian Reservation community of Sharp Nose are being told to seek higher ground despite receding flood waters.
Fremont County officials say about 15 to 20 people are being
asked to voluntarily leave their homes out of fears that rain and snow falling in higher elevations could lead to more flooding along the Little Wind River.
Flood waters have receded but snow was reported falling at about an inch an hour, raising fears of more flooding.
Shelters have been opened in Arapahoe, Ethete, and Fort
Washakie.
Gov. Dave Freudenthal has declared Fremont County a disaster
area.

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