Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office keeping an eye on river stages

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A patio and carport fell in on this car overnight. Springfield Rd at Fore Rd. (Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office)

LIVINGSTON PARISH, La. (BRPROUD) – As Hurricane Delta creeps closer to Louisiana, the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office is keeping the public up to date on river stages.

Details as of 12:00 p.m. on various river stages can be found below courtesy of the Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office

Amite River at Darlington
Current: 0.93 ft
Projected High: 6.4 ft Sunday morning
Flood Stage: 18 ft

Amite River at Magnolia
Current: 35.86 ft
Projected High: 42.5 ft mid-morning Saturday
Flood Stage: 48 ft

Amite River at Denham Springs
Current: 25.3 ft
Projected High: 31 ft Sunday morning
Flood Stage: 29 ft

Amite River at Port Vincent
Current: 3.84 ft
Projected High: 7.9 ft Monday afternoon
Flood Stage: 8 ft

Amite River at French Settlement
Current: 2.71 ft
Projected High: unavailable
Flood Stage: 4 ft

Amite River at Hwy 22, Maurepas
Current: 3.35 ft
Projected High: unavailable
Flood Stage: 4 ft

Tickfaw River at Montpelier
Current: 3.88 ft
Projected High: 5 ft Tuesday afternoon
Flood Stage: 13 ft

Tickfaw River at Holden
Current: 0.58 ft
Projected High: 3.2 on noon Wednesday
Flood Stage: 15 ft

Tickfaw River at Springfield
Current: 3.4 ft
Projected High: unavailable
Flood Stage: unavailable

Tickfaw River at Killian
Current: gauge is out of service
Projected High: unavailable
Flood Stage: 4 ft

This picture below was taken at the Chinquapin Boat landing.

Image courtesy of Livingston Parish Sheriff’s Office

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