Governor Daniels continued to tour flood damage throughout Indiana Monday. One of his stops that afternoon was in New Harmony in Posey County. After surveying the Wabash river there, Daniels seemed pleased with what he saw. The river is finally on its way down and a solid wall of sandbags built by 130 National Guard troops protected the small town from any possible flooding. The wall of sandbags was built 24 feet high and the river crested at 22.5 feet. The Governor said, compared to what hes seen throughout Indiana, New Harmony is in good shape. The many other areas that were hit hard are getting help from the state. The county EMA Director tells us it was hard to estimate how high the river would get, due to heavy rains in and around the area. Daniels says hes proud of other sandbagging efforts in Hazleton and Elnora, where he says, the National Guard saved the towns.