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CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 08, 2015
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The North West is bracing for round two of a week long soaking much of Portland was flooded yesterday. The National Weather Service said it looked like a fire hose coming in off the Pacific. Ben Tracy is there. More than three inches of rain douse Portland in just 24 hours. A new December record. Streets became streams sewers gushed water and a giant sinkhole opened up in the middle of one road in nearby Gresham. It is thought to be at least 15 feet deep. The Clackamas Fire Department rescued ab...
Reporter(s):
Ben Tracy
Duration:
00:01:29

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