Record Flooding Grips Midwest, Killing 3 and Displacing 10,000s

HeadlineJun 05, 2019

In the Midwest, residents and farmers are grappling with record flooding as torrential rains in recent weeks have led to overflowing of the Arkansas, Mississippi and Missouri rivers. According to NASA Earth Observatory data, the past year has been the country’s wettest since modern record keeping began. At least three people have been killed, and tens of thousands have been displaced.

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