Rains cause flooding on some southeastern WMAs

May 28, 2019 Jerry Kane

LINCOLN, Neb. – Recent heavy rains have caused flooding on some wildlife management areas (WMA) in southeastern Nebraska.

Water is over the west road leading into Yankee Hill WMA in Lancaster County, resulting in the road closure until water recedes.

Caution should be used when accessing any WMA in southeastern Nebraska because of potentially dangerous water conditions.

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