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October 27, 2020
The Linton Cemetery is seen at dusk as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Linton,...
LINTON, UNITED STATES
The Linton Cemetery is seen at dusk as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Linton...
The Linton Cemetery is seen at dusk as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Linton, North Dakota, U.S., October 26, 2020. Picture taken October 26, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
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October 27, 2020
Sunset is seen over Rice Lake near Hull, Emmons County, North Dakota, U.S., October 26, 2020. Picture...
Hull, UNITED STATES
Sunset is seen over Rice Lake near Hull
Sunset is seen over Rice Lake near Hull, Emmons County, North Dakota, U.S., October 26, 2020. Picture taken October 26, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
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October 27, 2020
A waxing gibbous moon is seen over snow-covered farmland in Hull, Emmons County, North Dakota, U.S.,...
Hull, UNITED STATES
A waxing gibbous moon is seen over snow-covered farmland in Hull
A waxing gibbous moon is seen over snow-covered farmland in Hull, Emmons County, North Dakota, U.S., October 26, 2020. Picture taken October 26, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
HEALTH-CORONAVIRUS/USA
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October 27, 2020
A general view of North Dakota Highway 1804 (ND 1804) as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak...
LINTON, UNITED STATES
A general view of North Dakota Highway 1804 (ND 1804) as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak...
A general view of North Dakota Highway 1804 (ND 1804) as the coronavirus disease (COVID-19) outbreak continues in Linton, North Dakota, U.S., October 26, 2020. Picture taken October 26, 2020. REUTERS/Bing Guan
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May 18, 2016
Jeff Williamson (L) and Terra Green search for coats in a Salvation Army store in Williston, North Dakota...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Jeff Williamson (L) and Terra Green search for coats in a Salvation Army store in Williston
Jeff Williamson (L) and Terra Green search for coats in a Salvation Army store in Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. They arrived in Williston earlier that day in search of work in the Bakken oil field. The Salvation Army gave them clothing and food vouchers since they did not have enough to weather the frigid North Dakota winter. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. To match Special Report USA-NORTH DAKOTA/BUST REUTERS/Andrew Cullen/File Photo
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March 19, 2015
Terra Green (L) and Jeff Williamson (R) kiss before Green boards a bus outside the station in Williston,...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green (L) and Jeff Williamson (R) kiss before Green boards a bus outside the station in Williston, North Dakota, on February 6, 2015. Married to Williamson earlier the same day, Green returned to Oregon, where she is from. Green and Williamson travelled to Williston with a friend, Bazileo Hernandez, in early January in search of work. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Shortly after getting married to Jeff Williamson, Terra Green holds a voucher for a bus ticket from a...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Shortly after getting married to Jeff Williamson, Terra Green holds a voucher for a bus ticket from a social worker at the Salvation Army office in Williston, North Dakota February 6, 2015. Later the same day, Green took a bus back to Oregon, where she is from. Green and Williamson travelled to Williston with a friend, Bazileo Hernandez, in search of work. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Terra Green (R) and Jeff Williamson (L) kiss after being married at the Williams County courthouse in...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green (R) and Jeff Williamson (L) kiss after being married at the Williams County courthouse in Williston, North Dakota February 6, 2015. Later the same day, Green took a bus back to Oregon, where she is from. Green and Williamson travelled to Williston with a friend, Bazileo Hernandez, in search of work. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Shortly after getting married, Terra Green (C) and Jeff Williamson (L) sit inside the train and bus station...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Shortly after getting married, Terra Green (C) and Jeff Williamson (L) sit inside the train and bus station in Williston, North Dakota February 6, 2015. Later the same day, Green took a bus back to Oregon, where she is from. Green and Williamson travelled to Williston with a friend, Bazileo Hernandez, in search of work. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Terra Green (L) exchanges marriage vows with Jeff Williamson (R) in front of a judge at the Williams...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green (L) exchanges marriage vows with Jeff Williamson (R) in front of a judge at the Williams County courthouse in Williston, North Dakota February 6, 2015. Later the same day, Green took a bus back to Oregon, where she is from. Green and Williamson travelled to Williston with a friend, Bazileo Hernandez, in search of work. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Bazileo Hernandez eats a hotdog outside a corner store in Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. Like...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Bazileo Hernandez eats a hotdog outside a corner store in Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Bazileo Hernandez looks at his mobile phone in an RV parked on the streets of Williston, North Dakota...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Bazileo Hernandez looks at his mobile phone in an RV parked on the streets of Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. A man offered to let Hernandez and his friends stay in the vehicle with him overnight since temperatures outside were below zero. The trio had arrived in town earlier that day with no jobs and nowhere to stay, but hoped to find work in the Bakken oil fields. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Bazileo Hernandez (L), Jeff Williamson (C), and Terra Green walk through Williston, North Dakota January...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Bazileo Hernandez (L), Jeff Williamson (C), and Terra Green walk through Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. The group arrived earlier that day to search for work in the Bakken oil fields with no housing or transportation. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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March 19, 2015
Jeff Williamson (R) and Bazileo Hernandez rest in an RV parked on the streets of Williston, North Dakota...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Jeff Williamson (R) and Bazileo Hernandez rest in an RV parked on the streets of Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. Williamson and his friends asked a man they met at a staffing agency if they could spend the night in his vehicle. The man agreed to help them for the night. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Terra Green (L), Jeff Williamson (C) and Bazileo Hernandez wait to talk to a social worker in hopes of...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green (L), Jeff Williamson (C) and Bazileo Hernandez wait to talk to a social worker in hopes of getting help finding a place to stay for the night at the Salvation Army office in Williston, North Dakota on January 13, 2015. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Terra Green receives vouchers for food and clothing from social worker Pat Montgomery at the Salvation...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green receives vouchers for food and clothing from social worker Pat Montgomery at the Salvation Army office in Williston, North Dakota, January 13, 2015. Montgomery was unable to help Green and her friends find a place to stay that night. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Terra Green sits outside a staffing agency in Williston, North Dakota, January 13, 2015. Green arrived...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green sits outside a staffing agency in Williston, North Dakota, January 13, 2015. Green arrived in Williston earlier that day in search of work in the Bakken oil field. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES SOCIETY EMPLOYMENT TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)

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March 19, 2015
Terra Green waits to get registered with a Command Center staffing agency in hopes of finding work in...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Terra Green waits to get registered with a Command Center staffing agency in hopes of finding work in Williston, North Dakota, January 13, 2015. She and her friends had arrived in Williston earlier that day to search for work in the Bakken oil field. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Jeff Williamson (L) and Terra Green search for coats in a Salvation Army store in Williston, North Dakota...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Jeff Williamson (L) and Terra Green search for coats in a Salvation Army store in Williston, North Dakota January 13, 2015. They arrived in Williston earlier that day in search of work in the Bakken oil field. The Salvation Army gave them clothing and food vouchers since they did not have enough to weather the frigid North Dakota winter. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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March 19, 2015
Jeff Williamson (R) and Bazileo Hernandez smoke cigarettes outside the Salvation Army office in Williston,...
Williston, UNITED STATES
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Jeff Williamson (R) and Bazileo Hernandez smoke cigarettes outside the Salvation Army office in Williston, North Dakota, on January 13, 2015. The group hoped to get help finding a place to stay for the night. They had arrived in Williston that morning in search of work in the Bakken oil field. Like so many before them, Terra Green, Jeff Williamson and Bazileo Hernandez came to North Dakota's oil country seeking a better life. They just came too late. Itinerant, unskilled workers could as recently as last spring show up in the No. 2 U.S. oil producing state and vie for salaries north of $100,000 per year with guaranteed housing. The steep drop in oil prices has changed that. After trying unsuccessfully for over a month to find work, the friends decided to leave Williston. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS COMMODITIES EMPLOYMENT SOCIETY)

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June 28, 2011
Traffic is backed up for miles on a bypass coming into Minot North Dakota with the bridges that connect...
MINOT, United Kingdom
Traffic is backed up for miles on a bypass coming into Minot North Dakota with the bridges that connect...
Traffic is backed up for miles on a bypass coming into Minot North Dakota with the bridges that connect Minot closed crossing the flooded Souris River in Minot, North Dakota, as flood waters recede in Minot June 28, 2011. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER)
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June 28, 2011
Utility workers repair power lines as traffic crawls along on a bypass and bridge closings making travel...
MINOT, United Kingdom
Utilities are repaired with heavy traffic created by bridge closings in Minot, North Dakota
Utility workers repair power lines as traffic crawls along on a bypass and bridge closings making travel slow near the flooded Souris River in Minot, North Dakota, as flood waters recede in Minot June 28, 2011. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER)
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June 28, 2011
An Amtrak train station remains surrounded by flood water from the Souris River in Minot, North Dakota...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
An Amtrak train station remains surrounded by flood water from the Souris River in Minot, North Dakota...
An Amtrak train station remains surrounded by flood water from the Souris River in Minot, North Dakota June 28, 2011. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
Brian Rosendahl adjusts the hose as he drains six inches of water from his basement as a gaggle of geese...
MINOT, United Kingdom
A homeowner drains his basement as geese move in Minot, North Dakota
Brian Rosendahl adjusts the hose as he drains six inches of water from his basement as a gaggle of geese use his yard and city streets as their new habitat in Minot, North Dakota near the Souris River, as flood waters recede in Minot June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
A UH60 Blackhawk helicopter takes off carrying a 600 pound sandbag, which will be used for a levee protecting...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A UH60 Blackhawk helicopter takes off carrying a sandbag in Minot
A UH60 Blackhawk helicopter takes off carrying a 600 pound sandbag, which will be used for a levee protecting a Minot public school, in Minot, North Dakota June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MILITARY)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
(L to R) North Dakota Adjutant General and Director of Emergency Services David Sprynczynatyk, FEMA Federal...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
FEMA officials and North Dakota Governor Dalrymple take phone calls and check messages in Minot
(L to R) North Dakota Adjutant General and Director of Emergency Services David Sprynczynatyk, FEMA Federal Coordinator Willie Nunn, Governor's Senior Policy Advisor Andrea Travnicek and North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple take phone calls and check messages as they prepare to depart the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Minot, North Dakota, June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 27, 2011
National Guard Soldiers run for cover after hooking up a 600 pound sandbag to be transported by a UH60...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
National Guard Soldiers run for cover as a helicopter lifts off in Minot
National Guard Soldiers run for cover after hooking up a 600 pound sandbag to be transported by a UH60 Blackhawk Helicopter to be used for a levee protecting a Minot public school in Minot, North Dakota, near the Souris River, June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 27, 2011
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple (L) speaks with flood victim Lavonne Nice (R) and her brother-in-law...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
North Dakota Governor Dalrymple speaks with flood victim Nice and her brother-in at the FEMA Disaster...
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple (L) speaks with flood victim Lavonne Nice (R) and her brother-in-law Arnold Groninger at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Minot, North Dakota, June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) speaks with the media at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
North Dakota Governor Dalrymple speaks with the media at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Minot
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple (R) speaks with the media at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Minot, North Dakota, June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. At second right is is North Dakota Adjutant General and Director of Emergency Services David Sprynczynaty. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 27, 2011
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple speaks with people who are waiting to apply for disaster relief...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
North Dakota Governor Dalrymple speaks with people who are waiting to apply for disaster relief at the...
North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple speaks with people who are waiting to apply for disaster relief at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Minot, North Dakota, June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Robin Finegan (R) speaks to Steve Kuske (L) and Sherry Kuske about their...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Finegan looks at a photograph of the Kuske's flooded house in the Robinwood...
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Robin Finegan (R) speaks to Steve Kuske (L) and Sherry Kuske about their flooded house in the Robinwood Estates section of Minot in North Dakota, along the flooded Souris River, at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Robin Finegan (L) looks at a photograph of Steve Kuske and Sherry Kuske's...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Finegan looks at a photograph of the Kuske's flooded house in the Robinwood...
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Robin Finegan (L) looks at a photograph of Steve Kuske and Sherry Kuske's flooded house in the Robinwood Estates section of Minot, North Dakota, at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center along the flooded Souris River in Minot June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Robin Finegan speaks at news conference as (L to R) FEMA Federal Coordinator...
MINOT, United Kingdom
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Finegan speaks at news conference in Minot
FEMA Region 8 Administrator Robin Finegan speaks at news conference as (L to R) FEMA Federal Coordinator Willie Nunn, North Dakota Governor Jack Dalrymple, and Adjutant General and Director of Emergency Services David Sprynczynatyk listen at the FEMA Disaster Recovery Center in Minot, North Dakota, along the flooded Souris River, in Minot June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
The National Guard provides two large "bladders," water tanks that hold thousands of gallons of water,...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
National Guard provides "bladders" for the water supply to Trinity Hospital in downtown Minot
The National Guard provides two large "bladders," water tanks that hold thousands of gallons of water, one for non-potable water and one for potable water, for the water supply to Trinity Hospital in downtown Minot, North Dakota, near the Souris River in Minot June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
National Guard Sgt. George Nickelson tests the water supply to Trinity Hospital for chorine content in...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
National Guard Sgt. Nickelson tests the water supply in downtown Minot
National Guard Sgt. George Nickelson tests the water supply to Trinity Hospital for chorine content in downtown Minot, North Dakota, near the Souris River June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MILITARY)
USA-FLOODING/MINOT
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June 27, 2011
National Guard Specialist Adrian Batsch (L) tests the water supply to Trinity Hospital for chorine content...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
National Guard Specialist tests water supply in downtown Minot
National Guard Specialist Adrian Batsch (L) tests the water supply to Trinity Hospital for chorine content in downtown Minot, North Dakota, near the Souris River June 27, 2011. There have been no reported deaths or injuries in the biggest flood in area history but floodwaters have all but swallowed more than 3,000 homes and displaced more than 12,000 Minot-area residents. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: MILITARY DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 27, 2011
Geese swim in floodwater near a sandbagged house in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Geese swim in floodwater near a sandbagged house in Minot, North Dakota
Geese swim in floodwater near a sandbagged house in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS)
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June 27, 2011
Geese swim in floodwater near partially submerged houses in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Geese swim in floodwater near partially submerged houses in Minot, North Dakota
Geese swim in floodwater near partially submerged houses in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested and then began to recede June 26, 2011. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ANIMALS)
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June 27, 2011
Neighbors are reflected in flood water as they gather to talk in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Neighbors are reflected in flood water as they gather to talk in Minot, North Dakota
Neighbors are reflected in flood water as they gather to talk in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER)
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June 27, 2011
A sign addressed to Mouse, the English translation of the French word Souris, is seen taped to a home...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A sign addressed to Mouse, the English translation of the French word Souris, is seen taped to a home...
A sign addressed to Mouse, the English translation of the French word Souris, is seen taped to a home in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER)
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June 27, 2011
Heavy earth-moving equipment is used to get more clay to build and repair clay levees in Minot, North...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Heavy earth-moving equipment is used to get more clay to build and repair clay levees in Minot, North...
Heavy earth-moving equipment is used to get more clay to build and repair clay levees in Minot, North Dakota, as flood water from the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER)
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June 27, 2011
Neighbors Gordy Ofsthun (L) and Bob Smesrud talk, as Kevin Slade (background), works to connect an electric...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Neighbors chat and work to drain flooded basements in Minot, North Dakota
Neighbors Gordy Ofsthun (L) and Bob Smesrud talk, as Kevin Slade (background), works to connect an electric water pump to remove flood water from his basement in Minot, North Dakota, as flood water from the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/. Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES)
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June 26, 2011
Duane Lund works to get a new gas pump primed to pump four feet of floodwater from the basement of his...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A man drains floodwater from the basement of his dad's rental property in Minot, North Dakota
Duane Lund works to get a new gas pump primed to pump four feet of floodwater from the basement of his dad's rental property in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Dean Feist, a volunteer, monitors a secondary levee at Saint Theresa, The Little Flower Catholic Church...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A volunteer monitors a secondary levee surrounding a church in Minot, North Dakota
Dean Feist, a volunteer, monitors a secondary levee at Saint Theresa, The Little Flower Catholic Church in Minot, North Dakota, after the Souris River crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Houses unaffected by flooding are surrounded by sandbags in Minot, North Dakota June 26, 2011. The Souris...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Houses unaffected by flooding are surrounded by sandbags in Minot, North Dakota
Houses unaffected by flooding are surrounded by sandbags in Minot, North Dakota June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Zach Hillman (L) and Bill Damschen with the United States Geological Survey team mark the crest with...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
United States Geological Survey team members work in Minot, North Dakota
Zach Hillman (L) and Bill Damschen with the United States Geological Survey team mark the crest with orange paint on a sidewalk across the street from Saint Therese The Little Flower Catholic Church in Minot, North Dakota, June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/ Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
A robin uses flood waters on a city sidewalk as a birdbath in Minot, North Dakota June 26, 2011. The...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A robin uses flood waters on a city sidewalk as a birdbath in Minot
A robin uses flood waters on a city sidewalk as a birdbath in Minot, North Dakota June 26, 2011. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT ANIMALS)
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June 26, 2011
Reverend Michael Pancoast blesses children with water, as congregations from the First Lutheran Church...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A reverend blesses children as church congregations hold a Sunday service at a hotel in Minot
Reverend Michael Pancoast blesses children with water, as congregations from the First Lutheran Church and Christ Lutheran hold a Sunday service at a hotel in Minot, North Dakota, June 26, 2011. The First Lutheran Church remains protected by a secondary levee while Christ Lutheran was lost to flood waters. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT RELIGION)
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June 26, 2011
A maintenance employee at Minot State University, Scott Muhle, refuels gas powered pumps that remove...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A maintenance employee at Minot State University refuels gas powered pumps that remove water from sewer...
A maintenance employee at Minot State University, Scott Muhle, refuels gas powered pumps that remove water from sewer lines in Minot, North Dakota, as flood waters crested and began to recede June 26, 2011. A secondary earthen levee has kept flood waters out of the campus. The Souris River crested at historic heights in the North Dakota city of Minot on Sunday but emergency levees held, providing respite to officials battling to keep areas dry. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Houses are submerged in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Houses are submerged in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and...
Houses are submerged in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast about 18 more inches (46 cm) of water before levels begin dropping. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Houses are submerged in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota as the Souris River spills over levees and...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Houses are submerged in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota as the Souris River spills over levees and...
Houses are submerged in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast about 18 more inches (46 cm) of water before levels begin dropping. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Houses in Minot, North Dakota are lost to floods as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Houses in Minot, North Dakota are lost to floods
Houses in Minot, North Dakota are lost to floods as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast about 18 more inches (46 cm) of water before levels begin dropping. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Tanks float in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota, as water from the Souris River spills over levees...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Tanks float in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota, as water from the Souris River spills over levees...
Tanks float in flood waters in Minot, North Dakota, as water from the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast the Souris to crest today. REUTERS/ Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Men in a Sheriff's Department airboat prepare to go out to assist in the removal of a steel pedestrian...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Men in a Sheriff's Department airboat prepare to go out to assist in the removal of a steel pedestrian...
Men in a Sheriff's Department airboat prepare to go out to assist in the removal of a steel pedestrian bridge in Minot, North Dakota, as a double rainbow is seen in the background following heavy rainfall, and the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. The bridge was blocking debris and contributing to the erosion of the clay levee. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Newer housing are flooded on the southwest side of Minot, North Dakota as the Souris River spills over...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Newer housing are flooded on the southwest side of Minot
Newer housing are flooded on the southwest side of Minot, North Dakota as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast the Souris River to crest today. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
A man sitting in a Sheriff's Department airboat prepares to go out to assist in the removal of a steel...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
A man sitting in a Sheriff's Department airboat prepares to go out to assist in the removal of a steel...
A man sitting in a Sheriff's Department airboat prepares to go out to assist in the removal of a steel pedestrian bridge in Minot, North Dakota, as a double rainbow is seen in the background following heavy rainfall, and the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. The bridge was blocking debris and contributing to the erosion of the clay levee. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Strong water currents hit a house in Minot, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Strong water currents hit a house in Minot, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and...
Strong water currents hit a house in Minot, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast about 18 more inches (46 cm) of water before levels begin dropping. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
Houses in Minot, North Dakota are lost to floods, as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Houses in Minot, North Dakota are lost to floods, as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes
Houses in Minot, North Dakota are lost to floods, as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast about 18 more inches (46 cm) of water before levels begin dropping. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 26, 2011
National Guard soldiers build a levee with sandbags to hold off flood waters in Velva, North Dakota,...
VELVA, UNITED STATES
National Guard soldiers build levee with sandbags to hold off flood waters in Velva, North Dakota, as...
National Guard soldiers build a levee with sandbags to hold off flood waters in Velva, North Dakota, as the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast about 18 more inches (46 cm) of water before levels begin dropping. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MILITARY)
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June 26, 2011
A train crossing and train tracks are covered with flood water near Minot, North Dakota, as water from...
MINOT, UNITED STATES
Train crossing and train tracks are covered with flood water near Minot, North Dakota, as water from...
A train crossing and train tracks are covered with flood water near Minot, North Dakota, as water from the Souris River spills over levees and dikes June 25, 2011. Flood projections forecast the river cresting today. REUTERS/Allen Fredrickson (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER TRANSPORT ENVIRONMENT)
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