In this Dec. 30 aerial photo, the Mississippi River flows past the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. A rare winter flood caused levees in Missouri and Illinois to fail as rivers rose, prompting evacuations in several places.
In this Dec. 30 aerial photo, the Mississippi River flows past the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. A rare winter flood caused levees in Missouri and Illinois to fail as rivers rose, prompting evacuations in several places. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press
In this Dec. 30 aerial photo, the Mississippi River flows past the Gateway Arch in St. Louis. A rare winter flood caused levees in Missouri and Illinois to fail as rivers rose, prompting evacuations in several places. Jeff Roberson The Associated Press

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