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Rain made some parking lots flood traps

JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) - The rain has made flood traps in the parking lots of a few businesses along Highway 49. 

Simpson's Flea Market owner Peggy Roush says the water is the highest it has ever been in the two years her business has been open.

"It's just rained so hard up against the windows and dripping off the roof and stuff. It's just started coming in between the seam of the floor and it's done that all up and down through here so I had to pick everything up off the floor so it won't get ruined."

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