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“Six school students and teacher swept to their deaths in rain-swollen river in New Zealand”
“GATLINBURG, Tenn. — Crews on Tuesday recovered the bodies of two workers from the rubble of a wastewater-treatment plant wall that collapsed earlier in the day, while officials continued to investigate what caused the breach that released sewage into a rain-swollen river at Great Smoky Mountains National Park.”
“On Monday, water from the rain-swollen Black River was already pouring over the top of the levee, threatening about 500 homes in the town of 17,000 people about 150 miles southwest of St. Louis.”
“Water from the rain-swollen Black River breached a levee south of Poplar Bluff, Missouri as about a foot of rain since Friday has forced more than 1,000 people to evacuate their homes, in a replay of a 2008 disaster.”
“Over the past week or so in the Delta, floodwaters along the rain-swollen river and its backed-up tributaries have already washed away crops, forced many to seek higher ground and closed some of the dockside casinos that are vital to the state's economy.”
“John Howard Anderson Jr, 57, had been in a car with two other people trying to cross a rain-swollen creek.”
“Police say a fifth person died in a separate accident after his truck plunged into a rain-swollen river.”
“There are also concerns that rain-swollen rivers could still flood their banks, causing more damage.”
“A bit over an hour into the five-hour drive across the ferrous red plateau, heading south toward Uganda’s capital Kampala, suddenly, there’s the Nile, a boiling, roiling cataract at this time of year, rain-swollen and ropy and rabid below the bridge that vaults over it.”
“Meanwhile, flooding along the rain-swollen Susquehanna River in northeastern Pennsylvania prompted some road closures Saturday and sent water into some basements, but no serious problems were reported.”
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