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Heavy rains on Monday evening (Oct. 1) left more than a dozen campers in Lebanon, Tenn., scrambling to save their RVs.

Timberline Resort on Murfreesboro Road near Interstate 40 was flooded after water spilled out of Sinking Creek and into the campground.

Jonathan Witt and Katie Vanoeffelen, of Michigan, were in town for work. They were not at the site when the water began rising, but their truck and recreational vehicle were parked within a few yards of creek bank in Lot 6.

“We got a phone call that said, ‘The camper’s going to get flooded. You need to get here immediately,’” Vanoeffelen said.

Within minutes, Vanoeffelen and Witt arrived back at the campsite, but the water was rising quickly.

“When we got here, water just started to get on the rear jacks of the RV,” Witt said. “By the time I was done, my trailer is three [to] three-and-a-half feet plus my truck and the water was already up to the running boards of my truck which in on the uphill side.”

WKRN, Nashville News, Nashville Weather and Sports

Cynthia Brown is so fond of Wompatuck State Park in Hingham, she camps there half the year – from May through through October, as a campground host.

“This park is absolutely beautiful,” said the retired American Red Cross phlebotomist, as she sat under a large blue tarp hung over her popup camper.

This is the second year Brown, of Whitman, has spent the season at Wompatuck, greeting campers and helping them find their way around.

She couldn’t be happier.

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