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Lake Superior Zoo CEO Dawn Mackety, on a bridge over Kingsbury Creek, talks about how the zoo is recovering from the 2012 flood damage caused when the creek became a raging torrent. Steve Kuchera / skuchera@duluthnews.com

Two years on, scars of Duluth's flood not fully healed

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Two years ago on this date, the sky opened up, and the rain didn’t stop for nearly two straight days. By the time the deluge was over, it had dumped a record-setting 7.25 inches of rain at Duluth International Airport, but in still other parts of the city and its environs, 8 to 10 inches of rain fell.

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