Costs Add Up in Iowa Following Flooding

March 25, 2019 02:07 PM

Iowa is now putting a price tag on the flood damage in that state. Iowa's governor is now projecting a total impact to the state to be $1.6 billion.  Of that, agriculture could face an impact of $214 million.

Early estimates indicate more than 23,000 structures were damaged, another 1,200 received major damage.

The Governor declared 57 counties severely impacted by flooding along the Missouri River.

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