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What You Missed While the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge Construction Webcam Was Out

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This was the scene at the Margaret Hunt Hill Bridge construction site not too long ago, shot right in the thick of the last big downpour before the morning's storm cleared out.

The Trinity River looked as mighty as ever, submerging the trunks of trees in the floodway -- and the tracks on the construction equipment down by the bridge pillars. And, for those unaware of the news, the Delta pump station at Hampton Road and Canada Drive is out, and residents near that part of West Dallas have been told to seek higher ground.

Jump for a few more shots taken down by the river and the rapids at Turtle Creek, plus, coming soon, video from both.

A close-up look at the construction equipment.

Beside the Continental Avenue bridge, the river creeps up the side of the levee.

Turtle Creek had a lot more momentum behind it this morning, especially around the dam at Turtle Creek Court.

Last of all, a quick video tour of these spots:

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