Open Story: Mississippi River flooding

 
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STORY HIGHLIGHTS
  • Several states in the Midwest, South are waging war against historic flooding
  • There's been flooding around Memphis, though levees appear sound, officials say
  • U.S. Corps Army Corps of Engineers opens a spillway to protect New Orleans

(CNN) -- Thousands of people living along the Mississippi River have been displaced by flooding, and officials say it will be weeks before the river falls low enough for evacuees to safely return.

 

The flood has so far affected nine states: Missouri, Illinois, Kentucky, Tennessee, Ohio, Indiana, Arkansas, Louisiana and Mississippi.

 

Do you live in one of the flooded areas? Have you been forced to evacuate? We'd like to hear how the floods have affected you.

 

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High-res gallery: Residents brace for 'monumental flood'

 

The weather is often unpredictable and sometimes dangerous. Please do not expose yourself to a risky or potentially dangerous situation.

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