SAN ANGELO, TX — The search continues in Junction for the four people missing in the recent flooding.
Oct. 8, the Llano River in Junction reached flood stage with over 118,000 cubic-feet-per second pouring into the confluence of the North and South Llano Rivers located on the east side of he City of Junction. The river reached a height well above flood stage of 31.2 feet just before 10 a.m. Oct. 8, according to data from the U.S.G.S. The height was about 2.5 feet and a flow rate of 120 cfps just prior to the deluge Monday. Read more at SanAngelolive.com