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Murray River flows could mean SA flooding

AAP logoAAP 4/11/2016

South Australians living along the Murray River are being urged to be cautious as water levels rise over the coming month.

The state government says recent heavy rains interstate means flows in the river will continue to increase until they peak at around 95 gigalitres a day in December.

The State Emergency Service has also issued a minor flood warning to those who own shacks along the river.

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