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Photos: Aerial views capture scale of deadly flooding in the Midwest

Written by on March 18, 2019

The US midwest is grappling with swift, record-setting floods along the Missouri River, as massive downpours contribute to a waterway system already swelling from melting snow and ice from historic winter storms. Three people have already died in floods that have the river cresting to four feet above its last record depth.

In Nebraska, Offutt Air Force Base—home to the US Strategic Command, which oversees nuclear forces, was flooded, with some part of inundated by as much as eight feet of water. Iowa, Nebraska and Wisconsin have all declared states of emergencies.

Photos show how massive amounts of floodwater can spread quickly and wreak havoc over such a flat plain. An emergency official quoted by the AP summed up the problem: “It’s flowing fast and it’s open country—there’s nothing there to slow it down.”

Floodwaters inundate Camp Ashland, an Army National Guard facility on March 17.

A closer view of Camp Ashland on March 17.

A tank amid the floodwaters at Camp Ashland on March 17.

Offutt Air Force Base and the surrounding area as seen from the air on March 16.

An aerial view of the wreaked Spencer Dam near Bristow, Nebraska on March 16.

Damaged buildings in Valley, Nebraska, on March 16.

A flooded neighborhood in Valley, Nebraska on March 16.

Another view of Valley, Nebraska on March 16.

The Niobrara River floods over Highway 12 in Nebraska.

An aerial view of Spencer Dam on March 16.

Highway 275 is seen underwater after amid historic flooding, near Waterloo, Nebraska on March 16.

Flooded homes on the Elkhorn River in Nebraska on March 16.

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