PULASKI, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) - A flood warning remains in effect in Oswego County and National Grid is working to distribute nearly 90,000 sandbags to those impacted by the rising water levels.
At Ontario Shores RV park in Pulaski, campers are being removed from their lot because of the high water. What was once grass and roads is now a body of water.
The owner of the park says the flooding here has never been this bad, and she's nervous its only going to get worse.
What's a major concern of yours right now?" Owner Bethanne Brennan says she’s mostly concerned about the water getting higher and higher, and then dealing with the aftermath like mud, debris and mosquitoes.
The park opened on April 29 but guests are hesitant to come stay because of the weather.
For people along Lake Ontario who need help getting sandbags for flood damage, call the flood hotline at 1-866-244-3839.
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