It has been 14 months since the night of the Saxon Harbor flood, and they're still waiting to rebuild. Iron County A, the two-lane blacktop road that winds around the hills to Lake Superior from Highway 122, is still washed out; crews built a temporary bridge and gravel lane on the road to allow cars to reach a shoreline parking lot, boat ramp and a few nearby homes.
It has been 14 months since the night of the Saxon Harbor flood, and they're still waiting to rebuild. Iron County A, the two-lane blacktop road that winds around the hills to Lake Superior from Highway 122, is still washed out; crews built a temporary bridge and gravel lane on the road to allow cars to reach a shoreline parking lot, boat ramp and a few nearby homes. Keith Uhlig
It has been 14 months since the night of the Saxon Harbor flood, and they're still waiting to rebuild. Iron County A, the two-lane blacktop road that winds around the hills to Lake Superior from Highway 122, is still washed out; crews built a temporary bridge and gravel lane on the road to allow cars to reach a shoreline parking lot, boat ramp and a few nearby homes. Keith Uhlig

Saxon Harbor struggles to rebuild from deadly flood in 2016

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