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 Water Wars in Mid America: Part I - Blowing the Levee
Water Wars in Mid America: Part I - Blowing the Levee

...The US Army Corps of Engineers had tossed the coin on who to save and decided to blow the Levee. Using high explosives, the Corps had made the decision to flood over 130,000 acres of prime farm land in Mississippi County, Missouri in order to save eight communities in Kentucky, Illinois, and Tennessee...

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Water Wars in Mid America: Part II - The Cost of Who to Save
Flooding around the I-24 bridge between Paducah and Metropolis
Water Wars in Mid America: Part II - The Cost of Who to Save

....the US Army Corps of Engineers blew a one billion dollar hole in the levee.

...Carlin Bennett, a county commissioner in Mississippi County, Missouri where the levee is located, estimated the federal government actions will cause one billion dollars in property damage to his agriculture community...

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