The Mayor of West Lafayette says they are assessing the impact of this week’s flooding, while fearing more heavy rains. Stephen Bordenkircher says the National Weather Service will issue a flash flood warning should there be indication of heavy rain to impact the village. The village fire department is being supported by other county fire departments. The West Lafayette police department has transitioned to 12 hour shifts in order to maintain a presence in the affected areas. The Emergency Management Agency is coordinating a door to door damage assessment starting Friday. Mayor Bordenkircher says village water is safe to drink since the flood water did not get into the well fields.
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