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Search for Wade Car Continues

Jeff Burns – North Texas Salvage and Recovery Team. Ennis Police Chief John Erisman is encouraged that the ongoing search for the missing car last driven by the late Emily Wade will end successfully. Chambers Creek (at Ensign Rd) has receded about 15 feet in the week since the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Fort Worth District starting shutting off water from the adjacent Lake Bardwell. At the request of Erisman, the shutoff was done to lower feeder creeks into Chambers. The previously flooded concrete bridge is now crossable, however, parts of downriver are still creating tough conditions. “The search for the vehicle has been challenging,” he said in an exclusive dialogue on Tuesday evening with The Ennis News. “Although the water has subsided significantly, the creek beds and surrounding areas are very muddy. This makes it difficult to get equipment and personnel into some areas. Read stories like this and more in your latest edition of The Ennis News. Be informed, subscribe today!

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