Extreme Weather in Midwest Brings Massive Floods, Kills 2 in Nebraska

HeadlineMar 18, 2019

At least two people have died, with thousands more displaced, as historic levels of flooding in the Upper Midwest due to heavy rains and melting snow from last week’s “bomb cyclone” led to states of emergency in the region. Nebraska saw its worst flooding in half a century, prompting concerns about a nuclear power plant located along the Missouri River, although authorities say the plant continued to operate as usual through the weekend.

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