Midwest Residents Face a Massive Cleanup and Recovery After Historic Winter Levels

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Residents in the St Louis area were facing a massive cleanup and recovery effort that will likely last weeks,
as the Mississippi River and its tributaries retreated from historic winter levels that flooded towns, forced evacuations and killed two dozen people.
The flood, fueled by more than 10 inches of rain over a three-day period that began last weekend, is blamed for 24 deaths in Illinois and Missouri.
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