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Deadly flooding in the Midwest

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 19, 2019. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 19, 2019. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 19, 2019. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS
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Paddocks at Washington County Fairgrounds are shown underwater due to flooding in Arlington, Nebraska, March 21. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

Paddocks at Washington County Fairgrounds are shown underwater due to flooding in Arlington, Nebraska, March 21. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

Paddocks at Washington County Fairgrounds are shown underwater due to flooding in Arlington, Nebraska, March 21. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk
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Nebraska Army National Guard Soldiers use a CH-47 Chinook helicopter to airdrop multiple bales of hay to cattle isolated by historic flooding, in Richland, Nebraska, March 20. Courtesy Lisa Crawford/Nebraska National Guard/Handout via REUTERS

Nebraska Army National Guard Soldiers use a CH-47 Chinook helicopter to airdrop multiple bales of hay to cattle isolated by historic flooding, in Richland, Nebraska, March 20. Courtesy Lisa Crawford/Nebraska National Guard/Handout via REUTERS

Nebraska Army National Guard Soldiers use a CH-47 Chinook helicopter to airdrop multiple bales of hay to cattle isolated by historic flooding, in Richland, Nebraska, March 20. Courtesy Lisa Crawford/Nebraska National Guard/Handout via REUTERS
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Flooded farm and farm equipment are seen in this aerial photo of the historic flooding conditions in portions of northeast Nebraska, March 15. Courtesy Jamie Titus/U.S. Air Force/Handout via REUTERS

Flooded farm and farm equipment are seen in this aerial photo of the historic flooding conditions in portions of northeast Nebraska, March 15. Courtesy Jamie Titus/U.S. Air Force/Handout via REUTERS

Flooded farm and farm equipment are seen in this aerial photo of the historic flooding conditions in portions of northeast Nebraska, March 15. Courtesy Jamie Titus/U.S. Air Force/Handout via REUTERS
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Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 20. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 20. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 20. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS
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Road signage tells drivers of a closed road en route to Winslow as heavy floods in the state shut down multiple freeways near Winslow, Nebraska, March 20. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

Road signage tells drivers of a closed road en route to Winslow as heavy floods in the state shut down multiple freeways near Winslow, Nebraska, March 20. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

Road signage tells drivers of a closed road en route to Winslow as heavy floods in the state shut down multiple freeways near Winslow, Nebraska, March 20. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk
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Tom Geisler surveys damaged to his farm, following flooding in Winslow, outside Omaha, Nebraska, March 20. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

Tom Geisler surveys damaged to his farm, following flooding in Winslow, outside Omaha, Nebraska, March 20. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

Tom Geisler surveys damaged to his farm, following flooding in Winslow, outside Omaha, Nebraska, March 20. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk
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Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 19. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 19. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS

Flooded areas are seen in Bellevue, Nebraska, March 19. BELLEVUE (NEBRASKA) POLICE DEPARTMENT/via REUTERS
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Trucks are seen stuck in mud after flooding outside Schuyler, Nebraska, March 18. Twitter @SmoothsPlaygrnd/via REUTERS

Trucks are seen stuck in mud after flooding outside Schuyler, Nebraska, March 18. Twitter @SmoothsPlaygrnd/via REUTERS

Trucks are seen stuck in mud after flooding outside Schuyler, Nebraska, March 18. Twitter @SmoothsPlaygrnd/via REUTERS
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Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS

Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS

Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS
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Bodies of cattle that died from flooding are seen in a farm in Scribner, Nebraska, March 17. Angie Lange/via REUTERS

Bodies of cattle that died from flooding are seen in a farm in Scribner, Nebraska, March 17. Angie Lange/via REUTERS

Bodies of cattle that died from flooding are seen in a farm in Scribner, Nebraska, March 17. Angie Lange/via REUTERS
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A vehicle is stuck in mud due to heavy flooding in Winslow, Nebraska, March 20, 2019. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

A vehicle is stuck in mud due to heavy flooding in Winslow, Nebraska, March 20, 2019. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk

A vehicle is stuck in mud due to heavy flooding in Winslow, Nebraska, March 20, 2019. REUTERS/Humeyra Pamuk
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Lanni Bailey and a team from Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue enter a flooded house to pull out several cats during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS

Lanni Bailey and a team from Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue enter a flooded house to pull out several cats during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS

Lanni Bailey and a team from Muddy Paws Second Chance Rescue enter a flooded house to pull out several cats during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS
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Aerial view of a road damaged and partially submerged by major flooding in Elkhorn, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy of Twitter @OPDABLE1/via REUTERS

Aerial view of a road damaged and partially submerged by major flooding in Elkhorn, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy of Twitter @OPDABLE1/via REUTERS

Aerial view of a road damaged and partially submerged by major flooding in Elkhorn, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy of Twitter @OPDABLE1/via REUTERS
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A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base

A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base

A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base
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Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS

Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS

Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS
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A man tries to get the cows to higher ground in Turkey Creek, near Milligan, Nebraska, March 13. Beth Vavra/via REUTERS

A man tries to get the cows to higher ground in Turkey Creek, near Milligan, Nebraska, March 13. Beth Vavra/via REUTERS

A man tries to get the cows to higher ground in Turkey Creek, near Milligan, Nebraska, March 13. Beth Vavra/via REUTERS
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Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS

Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS

Flooded Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility, is seen in Ashland, Nebraska, March 17. Courtesy Herschel Talley/Nebraska National Guard/via REUTERS
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The roof of the Bluff View Motel at left and I-29/Hwy 34 interchange are seen at dawn during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS

The roof of the Bluff View Motel at left and I-29/Hwy 34 interchange are seen at dawn during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS

The roof of the Bluff View Motel at left and I-29/Hwy 34 interchange are seen at dawn during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS
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Debris is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Debris is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Debris is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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Flood water over buildings is seen in this aerial photo in Hamburg, Iowa, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/via REUTERS

Flood water over buildings is seen in this aerial photo in Hamburg, Iowa, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/via REUTERS

Flood water over buildings is seen in this aerial photo in Hamburg, Iowa, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/via REUTERS
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An aerial view of Spencer Dam after a storm triggered historic flooding, near Bristow, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

An aerial view of Spencer Dam after a storm triggered historic flooding, near Bristow, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

An aerial view of Spencer Dam after a storm triggered historic flooding, near Bristow, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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Flooded houses are seen in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 15. Courtesy Jamie Titus/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Flooded houses are seen in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 15. Courtesy Jamie Titus/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Flooded houses are seen in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 15. Courtesy Jamie Titus/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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Part of Hamburg, Iowa is covered in flood waters, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/Handout via REUTERS

Part of Hamburg, Iowa is covered in flood waters, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/Handout via REUTERS

Part of Hamburg, Iowa is covered in flood waters, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/Handout via REUTERS
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A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base

A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base

A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base
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A section of road is underwater stranding a vehicle after flooding near Waterloo, Nebraska, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/via REUTERS

A section of road is underwater stranding a vehicle after flooding near Waterloo, Nebraska, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/via REUTERS

A section of road is underwater stranding a vehicle after flooding near Waterloo, Nebraska, March 18. Courtesy Ryan Hignight/U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District/via REUTERS
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A damaged building is seen in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

A damaged building is seen in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

A damaged building is seen in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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A flooded area near the southeast side of Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

A flooded area near the southeast side of Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

A flooded area near the southeast side of Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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Debris and a damaged building is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Debris and a damaged building is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Debris and a damaged building is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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The roof of the Bluff View Motel is seen during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS

The roof of the Bluff View Motel is seen during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS

The roof of the Bluff View Motel is seen during the flooding of the Missouri River near Glenwood, Iowa, March 18. Passport Aerial Photography/via REUTERS
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A damaged road is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

A damaged road is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

A damaged road is seen after a storm triggered historic flooding in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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Debris from the aftermath of a historic flood triggered by a storm is seen in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Debris from the aftermath of a historic flood triggered by a storm is seen in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Debris from the aftermath of a historic flood triggered by a storm is seen in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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An aerial view of damaged buildings after a storm triggered historic flooding in Valley, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

An aerial view of damaged buildings after a storm triggered historic flooding in Valley, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

An aerial view of damaged buildings after a storm triggered historic flooding in Valley, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding areas affected by flood waters are seen in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding areas affected by flood waters are seen in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding areas affected by flood waters are seen in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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A Nebraskan National Guard helicopter drops sandbags to protect water wells in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

A Nebraskan National Guard helicopter drops sandbags to protect water wells in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

A Nebraskan National Guard helicopter drops sandbags to protect water wells in Lincoln, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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Highway 281 is seen damaged in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Highway 281 is seen damaged in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS

Highway 281 is seen damaged in Niobrara, Nebraska, March 16. Office of Governor Pete Ricketts/via REUTERS
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A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base

A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base

A flooded parcel of land along the Platte River is pictured in this aerial photograph at La Platte, south of Omaha, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Drone Base
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Homes sit in flood waters in Peru, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Karen Dillon

Homes sit in flood waters in Peru, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Karen Dillon

Homes sit in flood waters in Peru, Nebraska, March 19. REUTERS/Karen Dillon
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Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding areas are seen in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding areas are seen in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding areas are seen in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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Cattle surrounded by water stand in Morse Bluff, Nebraska, March 15. JUSTIN MENSIK/via REUTERS

Cattle surrounded by water stand in Morse Bluff, Nebraska, March 15. JUSTIN MENSIK/via REUTERS

Cattle surrounded by water stand in Morse Bluff, Nebraska, March 15. JUSTIN MENSIK/via REUTERS
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A flooded area near the southeast side of Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

A flooded area near the southeast side of Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS

A flooded area near the southeast side of Offutt Air Force Base in Nebraska, March 16. Courtesy Rachelle Blake/U.S. Air Force/via REUTERS
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