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Crews continue road repairs after flood

Bobby Holcomb, an employee with the Troup County Roads and Engineering Department, operates an excavator Friday on North Davis Road while backfilling dirt washed away around a culvert. County officials estimate flooding caused about $1.25 million in damage to county roadways and work is underway to make repairs.

http://lagrangenews.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/37/2016/01/web1_DavisRoadWorkWEB.jpgBobby Holcomb, an employee with the Troup County Roads and Engineering Department, operates an excavator Friday on North Davis Road while backfilling dirt washed away around a culvert. County officials estimate flooding caused about $1.25 million in damage to county roadways and work is underway to make repairs.

Tyler H. Jones | Daily News

Bobby Holcomb, an employee with the Troup County Roads and Engineering Department, operates an excavator Friday on North Davis Road while backfilling dirt washed away around a culvert. County officials estimate flooding caused about $1.25 million in damage to county roadways and work is underway to make repairs.