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Mid-Missouri flooding

Photos of Missouri River and Osage River flooding in Mid-Missouri. On Monday, May 27, 2013, the Missouri River measured around 8 feet in Jefferson City, but by Saturday, June 1, it had jumped to 30 feet, bringing back memories of floods inundating the area 20 years earlier.

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Osage City resident Jim Schaller looks over several properties overrun by flood waters from the ...

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Multiple Osage City homes and camps sit submerged up to their roofs along Engineers Road ...

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With the cranes from the new Osage City railroad bridge construction site looming in the ...

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Michael Troth, left, slings sandbags into the bed of his dad David Troth’s truck as ...

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Brooke Troth ties off sandbags while sharing a laugh with some of her friends as ...

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Todd Jacober loads up his four-wheeler with sandbags before taking them out to shore up ...

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A number of longtime friends of the Troth family gather to pitch in and fill ...

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Osage City residents Dale Berhorst and Misty Evans walk along flooded Water Street after taking ...

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A CSX locomotive pulls its cargo into Osage City, Mo., as the debris-choked Osage River ...

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Osage City resident Jim Schaller idles past properties overrun by Osage River flood waters while ...

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A submerged sign now warns boaters of a sharp turn ahead along Engineers Road in ...

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From left, John Lacy, Lauren Miller, Nathan Jacober and Isaac Jacober work together to fill ...

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Despite warning signs, motorists drove into flood waters covering West Miller Street in Jefferson City ...

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An abandoned vehicle sits in flood waters covering the street near the intersection of Schroeder ...

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An abandoned vehicle sits in flood waters covering Walnut Street in Jefferson City on Saturday, ...

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Curtis Mondaine of Jefferson City took advantage of the flood water covering a State of ...

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