Flood photos, video out of Cawston

Heading onto Newton Road from Highway 3. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Water rises around a home on Daly Drive in Cawston May 10, 2018. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Bernie Doll walks in about a 18 inches of water at his home on Newton Road May 10, 2018. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Work was underway to sandbag on Daly Drive May 10, 2018. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Work was underway to sandbag on Daly Drive May 10, 2018. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Newton Road flooding (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Work was underway to sandbag on Daly Drive May 10, 2018. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)
Work was underway to sandbag on Daly Drive May 10, 2018. (Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)(Joe Lebeau/Hashmark Photography)

Local resident and photographer Joe Lebeau of Hashmark Photography took photos of flooding in Cawston mainly around Newton Road and Daly Road during the afternoon of Thursday, May 10.

Related: Aerial footage shows flooding in Lower Similkameen

He said despite the flooding most people he encountered were in good spirits.

Work continues in the fight against flooding in the Lower Similkameen.

Related: Two homes evacuated, 40 on alert, in Lower Similkameen

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