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Pence Goes To Nebraska After Historic Floods Hit The Midwest

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Pence Goes To Nebraska After Historic Floods Hit The Midwest

Pence Goes To Nebraska After Historic Floods Hit The Midwest

On Tuesday Vice President Mike Pence arrived in Nebraska to survey the devastation unleashed across the U.S. Midwest by floods that have killed four people and caused more than a billion dollars in damage to crops, livestock and roads.

Reuters reports taht the floodwaters have inundated a large swath of farm states Iowa and Nebraska along the Missouri River, North America’s longest river, prompting half of Iowa’s 99 counties to declare states of emergency.

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Pence Goes To Nebraska After Historic Floods Hit The Midwest

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