Flood Museum Underwater in Iowa

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The flood of 1993 was thought to be a once-in-a-lifetime event for residents of Fort Madison, Iowa. They even filled a downtown museum with artifacts of that historical Mississippi River flood. But 15 years later, history has repeated itself.

Jason Parrott reports for Tri States Public Radio.



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