Tiny Manzanita Lake, nestling in the hills between North Fork and Bass Lake, overflowed following summer storms in 2001. The weekend’s heavy winter rains prompted the Madera County Sheriff’s Office to issue a pre-evacuation warning Sunday night amid rising levels upstream from North Fork at Bass Lake. The Manzanita Lake area was among those warned to be ready to go.
Tiny Manzanita Lake, nestling in the hills between North Fork and Bass Lake, overflowed following summer storms in 2001. The weekend’s heavy winter rains prompted the Madera County Sheriff’s Office to issue a pre-evacuation warning Sunday night amid rising levels upstream from North Fork at Bass Lake. The Manzanita Lake area was among those warned to be ready to go.
Tiny Manzanita Lake, nestling in the hills between North Fork and Bass Lake, overflowed following summer storms in 2001. The weekend’s heavy winter rains prompted the Madera County Sheriff’s Office to issue a pre-evacuation warning Sunday night amid rising levels upstream from North Fork at Bass Lake. The Manzanita Lake area was among those warned to be ready to go.

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