Flood Waters Consume Western Corn Belt

March 14, 2019 11:19 AM
 
Farmers across the Western farm belt woke up to severe flooding this morning

Farmers across the Western farm belt woke up to severe flooding this morning. From Colorado, through Nebraska and into Western Iowa, there’s lakes where fields should be, roads are impassible, and bridges are being threatened.

 

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Patricia Mettenbrink
Grand Island , NE
3/14/2019 04:51 PM
 

  Several bridges have been wiped out here in Nebraska as well as major dams busting out Over 20 towns have been evacuated due to flooding in central and eastern Nebraska. Out in Western panhandle region of Nebraska blizzard with 18” of blowing snow and hurricane force winds. Prime time for spring calving, impossibilities for man and beast! What a spring to remember!??????????

 
 
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