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  • Tranquillity couple on possible levee break: 'Meteorite was more likely than a flood'

    Jimmy Marchini, 68, and his wife Gaylene, 66, describe the moment they "had to like fly to get out of here" after officials issued a flood warning to approximately 80 homes in their close-knit community west of Fresno after a levee was weakened by heavy flows from recent storms last month. That threat may not be over.

Tranquillity couple on possible levee break: 'Meteorite was more likely than a flood'

Jimmy Marchini, 68, and his wife Gaylene, 66, describe the moment they "had to like fly to get out of here" after officials issued a flood warning to approximately 80 homes in their close-knit community west of Fresno after a levee was weakened by heavy flows from recent storms last month. That threat may not be over.
Silvia Flores The Fresno Bee