Transcript for The Plains and Midwest experience historic flooding
Here in the State's eastern Nebraska continues to deal with a record breaking flooding that has left two people dead and I'm not sure you've seen the images but. Argue we need as is on the ground in Louisville Nebraska GO. Hey there Kim it is just such a nightmare here. In Nebraska we are near Omaha all right now we're seeing so many neighborhoods just like this them not to go too far. Because that water right there is frozen I don't know what's underneath but you can just see that that house back there. It is partially flooded and obviously this car right there to put once this starts. To melt and it will start to melt eventually today that's when this flooding nightmares gonna continue. Within the water is gonna start to recede and then the cleanup begins to let me show you. How it is that we got here in the first place let's take a live look right now. And you can see all of the frozen flood water right now you see the Platte river over there. We'll win that water started to rise as though water level rose the ground was already frozen. And the water had nowhere else to go. And that's what causal. So what we know right now is that two people have lost their lives and two others are still missing and we know that 300 people. Have been rescued so far but again. As this starts to melt as the starts to recede that's when the hard work really begins because we're going to be seeing all of that cleanup. And in the rebuild.
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