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Mississippi River to reach flood stage in 3 cities as heavy rains may cause dam to fail

FOXNews.com Wednesday, 15 January 2020 ()
Heavy rains in recent days across the Southeast have caused officials along the Mississippi River to activate an "emergency watch" and close gates of a flood control structure as high waters are threatening another dam in the state.
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