Look Back At 2010 Fargo Flooding

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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Members of the North Dakota Air National Guard patrol a dike looking for signs of a breach from the rising Red River March 20, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, but still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Workers build a levee to hold back the Red River from flooding into a residential neighborhood as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Water from the Red River overflows the banks as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the rising Red River overtakes some farm land as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Workers build a levee to hold back the Red River from flooding into a residential neighborhood as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the rising Red River runs across a street as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the rising Red River overtakes a cemetery as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Family and friends help to fill sandbags around the home of Shaun Bernier and Deana Clark along the Red River as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Dave Canoy works to raise a trailer home to keep it from getting flooded from the rising Red River as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The home was raised about one foot and a sandbag levee was constructed around its perimeter. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Brandon Canoy works to raise a trailer home to keep it from getting flooded from the rising Red River as North Dakota prepares for a potential flood on March 18, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The home was raised about one foot and a sandbag levee was constructed around its perimeter. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 foot.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the rising Red River runs across a street March 18, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, about 3 feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Volunteers work to build a sandbag levee after flood water began to seep through an existing levee near the Timberline subdivision March 19, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Volunteers work to build a sandbag levee after flood water began to seep through an existing levee near the Timberline subdivision March 19, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Volunteers work to build a sandbag levee after flood water began to seep through an existing levee near the Timberline subdivision March 19, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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(credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Volunteers work to build a sandbag levee after flood water began to seep through an existing levee near the Timberline subdivision March 19, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Volunteers work to build a sandbag levee after flood water began to seep through an existing levee near the Timberline subdivision March 19, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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(credit: Scott Olson/Getty Images)
Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Volunteers work to build a sandbag levee after flood water began to seep through an existing levee near the Timberline subdivision March 19, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water begins to overtake a road March 19, 2010 near Gardner, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the Red River surrounds a home March 19, 2010 in Moorhead, Minnesota. The river is expected to crest this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Alan Cassezza (L) helps Shawn Bernier build a sandbag levee around his home March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River, which runs through Fargo, is expected to crest this weekend at 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the Red river covers a road March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The river is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Workers construct a staircase over a temporary levee built to protect homes from the rising Red River March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water from the rising Red River is pumped away from homes March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water surrounds a home March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water surrounds a home March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Nolan Kartchner (L) and Ben Britt construct a staircase over a temporary levee built to protect homes from the rising Red River March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water surrounds a farm March 19, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo this weekend at about 38 feet, the fourth highest crest on record, but still about 3 feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
SrA Brian Sprague (L) and SSgt Christopher Brewer of the North Dakota Air National Guard patrol a dike looking for signs of a breach from the rising Red River March 20, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, but still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
SrA Brian Sprague (L) and SSgt Christopher Brewer of the North Dakota Air National Guard patrol a dike looking for signs of a breach from the rising Red River March 20, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, but still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
SrA Brian Sprague (L) and SSgt Christopher Brewer of the North Dakota Air National Guard patrol a dike looking for signs of a breach from the rising Red River March 20, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, but still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flooding from the Red River rises around a residential neighborhood March 22, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water threatens homes in Moorhead, Minnesota from the Fargo side of the Red River March 20, 2010 in Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River is expected to crest at Fargo at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, but still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Residents of the Lake Shure subdivision use a boat to get home after roads on all four sides of the neighborhood had been covered by flood water March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Dave Schwartz (R) and his wife Terri use a paddle boat to commute from their home in the Lake Shure subdivision after roads on all four sides of the neighborhood had been covered by flood water March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Dave Schwartz (R) and his wife Terri use a paddle boat to commute from their home in the Lake Shure subdivision after roads on all four sides of the neighborhood had been covered by flood water March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Dave Schwartz (R) and his wife Terri use a paddle boat to commute from their home in the Lake Shure subdivision after roads on all four sides of the neighborhood had been covered by flood water March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Wendy Voeller (C) and her daughter Gracie (R) ride with her brother Neil Larson as he navigates his boat down a flooded road to his home in the Lake Shure subdivision March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Neil Larson (R) helps Mike Beyer locate his mail March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. Larson's home sits along the last bit of dry road leading into the Lake Shure subdivision, which is surrounded by flood water, so he has been collecting mail and newspapers for the residents who are forced to commute home by boat. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A Coast Guard crew in an air boat patrol past a home surrounded by flood water in the Lake Shure subdivision March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Wendy Voeller (R) and her daughter Gracie (C) load a along a flooded roadway to catch a ride with her brother Neil Larson to his home in the Lake Shure subdivision March 20, 2010 in Harwood, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
An SUV navigates a flooded roadway March 20, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
An SUV navigates a flooded roadway March 20, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A truck travels down a flooded road March 20, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The nearby Red River is expected to crest at Fargo tomorrow at about 37.5 feet, the fifth highest crest on record, yet still over three feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Vehicles drives through water flooding the southbound lanes of Interstate 29 March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water drains from a ditch along Interstate 29 March 21, 2010 south of Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A truck drives through water flooding the southbound lanes of Interstate 29 March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A state trooper drives through water flooding the southbound lanes of Interstate 29 March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Vehicles drives through water flooding the southbound lanes of Interstate 29 March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A sign marking the Fargo exits along Interstate 29 sits in flood water March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water sits in a farmer's field March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Jeff Zarling strolls down a flooded street in his neighborhood March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding
Vehicles drives through water flooding the southbound lanes of Interstate 29 March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested at Fargo today at about 37 feet, nearly four feet short of last year's record crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A resident takes an ATV down a flooded road leading from his home March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested today at 37 feet, about four feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Zach (L) and Alex Kallmeyer paddle a canoe through the flooded backyard of their home near the Red River March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested today at 37 feet, about four feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Zach (L) and Alex Kallmeyer sit on the swings in the flooded backyard of their home near the Red River March 21, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota. The Red River crested today at 37 feet, about four feet short of last year's crest of nearly 41 feet.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A farm is surrounded by flood water March 22, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A farm is surrounded by flood water March 22, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A pair of farm houses are surrounded by flood water March 22, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
A home is surrounded by flood water March 22, 2010 near Fargo, North Dakota.
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Red River Flooding Threatens Fargo For Second Consecutive Year
Flood water surrounds the small town of Perley north of Moorhead March 22, 2010 in Perley, Minnesota.
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