The water level in the Missouri River continues to rise

The water level in the Missouri River continues to rise. On Sunday, Nebraska authorities warned residents about the possible effects of water coming to the local nuclear power plant, located in the southeast of the state.On Saturday night in Holt and Atchison counties water broke through a dam, flooding some farmland, numerous homes and buildings. At the same time every hour hole in the dam continues to rise, say engineers, and water threatens to flood the park and recreation area located in Big Lake 125 kilometers from a major metropolis — Kansas City (Missouri). Currently, due to flooding, the authorities

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The water level in the Missouri River continues to rise

The water level in the Missouri River continues to rise. On Sunday, Nebraska authorities warned residents about the possible effects of water coming to the local nuclear power plant, located in the southeast of the state. On Saturday night in Holt and Atchison counties water broke through a dam, flooding some farmland, numerous homes and buildings. At the same time every hour hole in the dam continues to rise, say engineers, and water threatens to flood the park and recreation area located in Big Lake 125 kilometers from a major metropolis — Kansas City (Missouri). Currently, due to flooding,

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