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Roads, bridges to somewhere: The massive task of rebuilding after floods in Nebraska, Iowa

Nebraska's washed-out bridges, peeling highways and crumpled roads all led somewhere. So did Iowa's, before the floods.
 
Those roads carried people to work and corn to market. They carried pivot parts to Valmont, packages to porches and birthday cards to moms.
 
The scope of the infrastructure challenge facing Nebraska is daunting. Some 65 counties had declared emergencies by Tuesday, most based on flooding. The flooded areas stretch from the Missouri River in the east to Boyd and Keya Paha Counties in north-central Nebraska, the state says. FULL ARTICLE

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