North Alabama, where rain totals approached 10 inches in many areas, saw the worst flooding and damage. On Thursday, the American Red Cross reported 150 homes in the region with damage ranging from "affected" to "destroyed."
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"It's very clear that Missouri is in the midst of a very historic and dangerous flooding event," Nixon told reporters Tuesday. "The amount of rain we've received, in some places in excess of a foot, has caused river levels to not only rise rapidly, but to go to places they've never been before."
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Record flooding from rain-swollen rivers has washed out hundreds of structures in Missouri, Illinois, Arkansas and eastern Oklahoma, forcing thousands to flee their homes, and 9.3 million Americans still face flood warnings
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