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Deadly Floods Spread To Missouri, Leaving Trail Of Destruction In Midwest

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Deadly Floods Spread To Missouri, Leaving Trail Of Destruction In Midwest

Deadly Floods Spread To Missouri, Leaving Trail Of Destruction In Midwest

According to a report by Reuters, on Friday, frigid Missouri River floodwaters were expected to crest in northwestern Missouri, threatening more towns and cities after leaving a trail of ruins, death, and drowned livestock across the Midwest.

Police reportedly issued voluntary evacuation orders for 200 to 300 homes in the city of St.

Joseph, Missouri, where early on Friday the nation's longest river was just 6 inches below its record high.

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