Broken beaver dam floods Duvall home

DUVALL, Wash. (AP) - At least one home and nearby streets in Duvall were flooded Monday when a beaver dam broke and released a 3-acre pond.

Lynn Miller with King County Emergency Management says it washed debris into a neighborhood.

KOMO reports ( http://is.gd/0dKOR2) police officers, firefighters and King County road crews responded.

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Information from: KOMO-TV, http://www.komotv.com/


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