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Interstate 75 Weather HistoryJuly 1994
Over 400,000 acres of farmland in Georgia were flooded, where water covered at least 60,000 acres of peanuts, 19,000 acres of cotton, and 10,000 acres of corn. Alabama also reported over 400,000 acres to have been flooded or damaged. In Georgia alone, the flood waters covered an area the size of Massachusetts and Rhode Island combined. In Georgia, Alabama, and Florida combined, over 900,000 acres were under water at one time. Also, 300,000 Georgia residents were left without safe drinking water for periods ranging up to 3 weeks. In Bainbridge GA, National Guard troops and prison inmates built a 10 foot earthen dam to protect a fertilizer plant. Luckily, due to their efforts and the flood crest at Bainbridge being lower than expected, the dam held. On one Georgia farm, a quarter of a million chickens were reportedly killed by the flooding. Over 100 dams were breached in Georgia, and Interstate 75
was covered with over 4 feet of water in places, forcing its closure for 60 hours.