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Missouri Highway Submerged as Historic Flooding Continues

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Missouri Highway Submerged as Historic Flooding Continues

Missouri Highway Submerged as Historic Flooding Continues

Highway 118 in Missouri was submerged underwater on Thursday, March 21, as severe flooding continued to affect parts of the state, officials said.

According to the Missouri State Highway Patrol, a temporary levee built around Craig had breeched and was starting to take on water.

The Missouri River overflowed in March due to heavy rain and snowmelt, causing flooding in Holt County communities along the river, as well as in Nebraska, Iowa, and Kansas.

Credit: Missouri State Highway Patrol via Storyful

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