Facing the Floods: Midwesterners React
The Mississippi River has been swelling all week. As levees designed to contain floodwaters fail in many places, houses, farms, crops and, in some cases, towns are underwater. Karen Shrock, who farms with her husband in southeast Iowa, talks about how they are coping with severe flooding that continues to affect large parts of the Midwest.
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