Hurricane Ike is gone, but there's no calm after the storm as Midwest floods

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Hurricane Ike is gone, but the Midwest is now dealing with its aftermath: severe flooding. Excess water is pouring into the Mississippi, Missouri and Meramec Rivers, posing serious risks to communities near St. Louis, Missouri. The Mississippi River is expected to crest on Wednesday night.
Guest: Adam Allington, reporter for KWMU Public Radio in St. Louis

Contributors:

Corey Takahashi

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