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Norfolk city official warn people to stay out of floodwater

Norfolk, Neb. (KTIV) - National Weather officials are expecting the Elkhorn River to be below floodstage tomorrow morning.

But there is still a lot of standing water in Norfolk, Nebraska. And city officials want to remind people to stay out of the water.

"They need to be careful of that standing water. Its not to be played in, its not to be waded through, walked in. Because a lot of bacteria and those sort of things so people just should not treat that water like recreation," says Sheila Schukei, City of Norfolk.

The Elkhorn Logan Valley Department of Health will host a free tetnus shot clinic tomorrow at the Norfolk City Auditorium.

The clinic is from 10 to 2 and you need to bring your immunization records and a proof of address. City officials encourage you to do get the shot if you have been in the water and are due for one.

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