Leo Marquez, 22, of Le Grand, right, and his uncle Hilarion Marquez, 50, of Le Grand work to start pumps to remove water from a flooded section of land along the railroad tracks across from Live Oak Farms on East Jefferson Street in Le Grand on Saturday.
Leo Marquez, 22, of Le Grand, right, and his uncle Hilarion Marquez, 50, of Le Grand work to start pumps to remove water from a flooded section of land along the railroad tracks across from Live Oak Farms on East Jefferson Street in Le Grand on Saturday. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com
Leo Marquez, 22, of Le Grand, right, and his uncle Hilarion Marquez, 50, of Le Grand work to start pumps to remove water from a flooded section of land along the railroad tracks across from Live Oak Farms on East Jefferson Street in Le Grand on Saturday. Andrew Kuhn akuhn@mercedsunstar.com

Flooding forces evacuations in Le Grand

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