MANITOWOC COUNTY - In Manitowoc County, heavy rains and high waters were reported overnight and Thursday morning.
A private driveway in rural Manitowoc County washed away, stranding the family on the other side.
"We can't get out. We have no fire department service. We have no ambulance service and no way to get to town. Nothing you can do about it. It's here and that's it. You gotta fix it and that's all you can do," said Wayne Spevacek, resident.
In the town of Two Rivers, the Shoto River was overflowing its banks. High water crept onto the property of area businesses.
The Manitowoc County Department of Emergency Management says high water covered parts of the town of Rockwood overnight.
County Highway R was temporarily closed. Before noon, the water had subsided and traffic was flowing again.
Area road crews are ready to get out and salt the roadways. However, they say, that can't be doing that Wednesday night.
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