Water slowly rises at the corner of Crescent and Cramer Street in the early morning hours of August 21, 2018.
Water slowly rises at the corner of Crescent and Cramer Street in the early morning hours of August 21, 2018.
Homes on Crescent Street.
Homes on Crescent Street.
Water nearly missed the Mazomanie Municipal Office and Fire Department.
Water nearly missed the Mazomanie Municipal Office and Fire Department.
A Vanguard Electric truck blocks Cramer Street.
A Vanguard Electric truck blocks Cramer Street.
Mike Travis and his grandfather, Bob Dublin, walk away from the floodwaters on the corner of Crescent and Cramer Street.
Mike Travis and his grandfather, Bob Dublin, walk away from the floodwaters on the corner of Crescent and Cramer Street.
Craig Booth uses his boat to rescue his neighbor, Sue Vondra.
Craig Booth uses his boat to rescue his neighbor, Sue Vondra.
The Walking Iron Trail Bridge is barely visible as water flows right through it.
The Walking Iron Trail Bridge is barely visible as water flows right through it.
Bridge Street
Bridge Street
Bridge Street
Bridge Street
Many fire departments from surrounding area assisted with water rescue teams.
Many fire departments from surrounding area assisted with water rescue teams.
Multiple rescue vehicles use Bridge Street as a launch point for boats.
Multiple rescue vehicles use Bridge Street as a launch point for boats.
Two firefighters watch the floodwaters on Hudson Street as an air boat gets ready to launch.
Two firefighters watch the floodwaters on Hudson Street as an air boat gets ready to launch.
The Dane County Sheriffs boat continues water rescues on Hudson Street.
The Dane County Sheriffs boat continues water rescues on Hudson Street.
Mazomanie resident, Mike Duren, provides emotional support to his community.
Mazomanie resident, Mike Duren, provides emotional support to his community.
Part of the Foreseth and Holmes family is rescued from their home on Hudson Street.
Part of the Foreseth and Holmes family is rescued from their home on Hudson Street.
Cramer Street floods from Hudson clear up to Crescent Street.
Cramer Street floods from Hudson clear up to Crescent Street.
Larry Travis' trailer gets pushed around Cramer Street.
Larry Travis' trailer gets pushed around Cramer Street.
Dozens of flood victims gather at the corner of State and E North Street.
Dozens of flood victims gather at the corner of State and E North Street.
The Dane County Sheriffs air boat rescues residents from their home in the early morning of August 21, 2018.
The Dane County Sheriffs air boat rescues residents from their home in the early morning of August 21, 2018.
Water rescues continue on State Street, some areas reaching up to 4 feet deep with water.
Water rescues continue on State Street, some areas reaching up to 4 feet deep with water.
A water rescue team from Beloit assist in a rescue operation.
A water rescue team from Beloit assist in a rescue operation.
Jason Sromovsky sits on his front porch on the phone as flood waters surround his home.
Jason Sromovsky sits on his front porch on the phone as flood waters surround his home.
Teresa Travis inspects damage in her backyard with her father, Bob Dublin.
Teresa Travis inspects damage in her backyard with her father, Bob Dublin.
Sauk Prairie EMT, Mike Travis, assists a patient with a medical emergency.
Sauk Prairie EMT, Mike Travis, assists a patient with a medical emergency.
Homeowners watch their neighborhood become overtaken by water on Bridge Street.
Homeowners watch their neighborhood become overtaken by water on Bridge Street.
The streets of Mazomanie were lined with destroyed belongings following the flood.
The streets of Mazomanie were lined with destroyed belongings following the flood.
The Mazomanie Fire Department became the place for volunteers to check in, grab supplies, and help sandbag.
The Mazomanie Fire Department became the place for volunteers to check in, grab supplies, and help sandbag.
Wisconsin Governor, Scott Walker, meets with Mazomanie Village President, Gary Harrop, Mazomanie Administrator, Peter Huebner, and Mazomanie Fire Chief, Mark Geisler.
Wisconsin Governor, Scott Walker, meets with Mazomanie Village President, Gary Harrop, Mazomanie Administrator, Peter Huebner, and Mazomanie Fire Chief, Mark Geisler.
Wisconsin Governor, Scott Walker, talks to students of Wisconsin Heights following the flooding.
Wisconsin Governor, Scott Walker, talks to students of Wisconsin Heights following the flooding.
An suv was swept into the driveway of Michael Lawler's home.
An suv was swept into the driveway of Michael Lawler's home.
Bill Gauger tows a flooded car from the Travis home to be scrapped.
Bill Gauger tows a flooded car from the Travis home to be scrapped.
Dozens of sandbags line the yard of Jason Sromovskys.
Dozens of sandbags line the yard of Jason Sromovskys.
Sandbags surround Jim Craney's home the day after the flood.
Sandbags surround Jim Craney's home the day after the flood.
Caution tape was placed on the doorhandles of flooded homes indicating the gas and electricity was turned off to the home.
Caution tape was placed on the doorhandles of flooded homes indicating the gas and electricity was turned off to the home.
Dozens of garbage trucks filled the streets following the flood to haul away flood damaged belongings.
Dozens of garbage trucks filled the streets following the flood to haul away flood damaged belongings.
Mitchell Travis takes a self portrait in front of his families destroyed personal belongings.
Mitchell Travis takes a self portrait in front of his families destroyed personal belongings.
Piles of damaged personal belongings fill the streets of Mazomanie following the flooding.
Piles of damaged personal belongings fill the streets of Mazomanie following the flooding.
Belongings of Bob and Fran Dublins are soaked and full of mud from floodwaters.
Belongings of Bob and Fran Dublins are soaked and full of mud from floodwaters.
Floors in a room of the Travis home are soaked and soft.
Floors in a room of the Travis home are soaked and soft.
The Mazomanie Fire Department went to every home following the floods to pump out residents basements.
The Mazomanie Fire Department went to every home following the floods to pump out residents basements.
A 3 foot water line is visible on a kids play house.
A 3 foot water line is visible on a kids play house.
The Travis family takes a break after loading furniture and belongings into a trailer.
The Travis family takes a break after loading furniture and belongings into a trailer.
Many volunteers set out to help residents tear out drywall and personal belongings.
Many volunteers set out to help residents tear out drywall and personal belongings.

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