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Nebraska Faces Over $1.3 Billion In Flood Losses

Historic flooding in the Midwest has caused unprecedented damage and led to at least three deaths.
Homes and businesses are surrounded by floodwater Wednesday in Hamburg, Iowa. Source: Scott Olson

The "bomb cyclone" that swept through the Midwest this week has caused more than $1 billion of flood damage in Nebraska, the state's governor said Wednesday. At least three people have

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