Yukon: Yukon’s public safety division has issued an evacuation alert for the Klondike Valley and is urging residents to be prepared to leave on short notice.
Yukon Protective Service says a flood watch is in place for Yukon’s Klondike River from the Confluence up to and including
Dredge Pond.
It says the next five days carry the highest flood risk for the region as river levels are rising and may exceed the banks.
The service says a high streamflow advisory also remains in place for the Klondike River from Bear Creek up to the Dempster Bridge.
(The Canadian Press)

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