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Repairing Nebraska will take money and time

Erika Beras Mar 22, 2019
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Floodwaters in Fremont, Nebraska, on March 16.
Courtesy of Scott Olson/Lee Valley Inc.

Nebraska officials report that the flooding in the wake of the recent “bomb cyclone” has caused more than $550 million in damage to the state’s highways, levees, water treatment facilities and other infrastructure. The flood’s effects will be felt long after the waters have receded.

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