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Pictures Report
Pictures Report
Deadly flooding in the Midwest
41 PICTURES
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWVJ
July 09, 2018
Neil Priggel, 47, is seen on the Mississippi River dock at the Magnitude 7 Metals LLC aluminium smelter...
NEW MADRID, UNITED STATES
Neil Priggel, 47, on the Mississippi River dock at the Magnitude 7 Metals LLC aluminium smelter which...
Neil Priggel, 47, is seen on the Mississippi River dock at the Magnitude 7 Metals LLC aluminium smelter which is reopening and taking on hundreds of local workers in New Madrid, Missouri, U.S., May 3, 2018. Picture taken May 3, 2018. REUTERS/Karen Pulfer Focht
USA-TRADE/DIVIDE
RTS1VWVF
July 09, 2018
A barge passes the Mississippi River dock at the Magnitude 7 Metals LLC aluminium smelter which is reopening...
NEW MADRID, UNITED STATES
A barge passes the Mississippi River dock at the Magnitude 7 Metals LLC aluminium smelter which is reopening...
A barge passes the Mississippi River dock at the Magnitude 7 Metals LLC aluminium smelter which is reopening and taking on hundreds of local workers in New Madrid, Missouri, U.S., May 3, 2018. Picture taken May 3, 2018. REUTERS/Karen Pulfer Focht
SUPERMOON-SIGHTING/USA
RTX2TI3G
November 14, 2016
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
Cannon Ball, UNITED STATES
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S. November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
SUPERMOON-SIGHTING/USA
RTX2TI3F
November 14, 2016
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
Cannon Ball, UNITED STATES
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S. November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
SUPERMOON-SIGHTING/USA
RTX2TI3E
November 14, 2016
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
Cannon Ball, UNITED STATES
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S. November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
SUPERMOON-SIGHTING/USA
RTX2TI3D
November 14, 2016
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
Cannon Ball, UNITED STATES
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near...
The supermoon rises over the Missouri River, pictured from the Standing Rock Indian Reservation near Cannon Ball, North Dakota, U.S. November 13, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
NORTHDAKOTA-PIPELINE/
RTX2SX49
November 10, 2016
Lake Oahe is seen near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken from across the Missouri...
LINTON, UNITED STATES
Lake Oahe is seen near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken from across the Missouri...
Lake Oahe is seen near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken from across the Missouri River in Linton, North Dakota, U.S. November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
NORTHDAKOTA-PIPELINE/
RTX2SX48
November 10, 2016
Lake Oahe is seen near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken across the Missouri...
LINTON, UNITED STATES
Lake Oahe is seen near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken across the Missouri...
Lake Oahe is seen near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken across the Missouri River in Linton, North Dakota, U.S. November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
NORTHDAKOTA-PIPELINE/
RTX2SX47
November 10, 2016
Dakota Access Pipeline equipment is seen near Lake Oahe, near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in...
LINTON, UNITED STATES
Dakota Access Pipeline equipment is seen near Lake Oahe, near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in...
Dakota Access Pipeline equipment is seen near Lake Oahe, near the Standing Rock Indian Reservation, in this picture taken from across the Missouri River in Linton, North Dakota, U.S. November 9, 2016. REUTERS/Stephanie Keith
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20O4X
December 31, 2015
The Mississippi River is pictured flowing at 800,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) measured by the U.S....
St Louis, UNITED STATES
The Mississippi River flowing at 800,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) measured by the U.S. Geological...
The Mississippi River is pictured flowing at 800,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) measured by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in St. Louis, Missouri, December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20O4W
December 31, 2015
The Mississippi River is pictured flooding parts of downtown St. Louis, Missouri December 31, 2015. ...
St Louis, UNITED STATES
The Mississippi River flooding parts of downtown St. Louis, Missouri
The Mississippi River is pictured flooding parts of downtown St. Louis, Missouri December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20O4V
December 31, 2015
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technician Jason Carron assesses the Mississippi River flood waters...
St Louis, UNITED STATES
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technician Jason Carron assessing the Mississippi River flood waters...
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technician Jason Carron assesses the Mississippi River flood waters in St. Louis, Missouri December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20O0C
December 31, 2015
The Mississippi River is pictured flowing at 800,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) measured by the U.S....
St Louis, UNITED STATES
The Mississippi River flowing at 800,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) measured by the U.S. Geological...
The Mississippi River is pictured flowing at 800,000 CFS (cubic feet per second) measured by the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) in St. Louis, Missouri, December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20O0B
December 31, 2015
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technicians, Eric Looper (L), Paul Rydlund and Jason Carron (R) measure...
St Louis, UNITED STATES
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technicians, Eric Looper, Paul Rydlund and Jason Carron measure flood...
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technicians, Eric Looper (L), Paul Rydlund and Jason Carron (R) measure flood waters on the Mississippi River, in St. Louis, Missouri December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20O00
December 31, 2015
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technician Scott Southern shows the results as field crews measure...
Eureka, UNITED STATES
USGS field crews measure flood waters in Eureka, Missouri
U.S. Geological Survey (USGS) hydro technician Scott Southern shows the results as field crews measure flood waters in Eureka, Missouri December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
USA-WEATHER/
RTX20NZZ
December 31, 2015
Scott Southern (L) and Aaron Walsh, hydro technicians with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), measure...
Eureka, UNITED STATES
Scott Southern and Aaron Walsh, hydro technicians with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), measure flood...
Scott Southern (L) and Aaron Walsh, hydro technicians with the U.S. Geological Survey (USGS), measure flood waters with an Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler in Eureka, Missouri December 31, 2015. Missouri and Illinois were bracing for more flooding on Thursday as rain-swollen rivers, some at record heights, overflowed their banks, washing out hundreds of structures and leaving thousands of people displaced from their homes. REUTERS/Kate Munsch
NORTH DAKOTA-TRIBES/TAXATION
RTX1KAJC
July 14, 2015
Flares and lights from oil wells dot the horizon on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, just over the...
Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, UNITED STATES
File photo of flares and lights from oil wells dotting the horizon on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation...
Flares and lights from oil wells dot the horizon on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, just over the Missouri River from New Town, North Dakota in a November 1, 2014 file photo. Officials on an American Indian reservation where roughly a third of North Dakota's oil is extracted tell Reuters they may walk away from a tax-sharing agreement with the state government, a step that could wreak havoc on the energy industry by creating dueling levy rates. If no agreement can be reached, EOG Resources Inc, Marathon Oil Co and other oil producers on the Fort Berthold Indian Reservation may find themselves paying two tax rates to two governments and potentially following two sets of regulations, a complex cobweb that could make it untenable for them to continue to operate on tribal land. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen/files
NORTH DAKOTA-RESERVATION/
RTX1KAJ6
July 14, 2015
Three Affiliated Tribes council chairman candidate Mark Fox stopped at Crow Flies High Butte above the...
FORT BERTHOLD RESERVATION, UNITED STATES
Three Affiliated Tribes council chairman candidate Mark Fox stopped at Crow Flies High Butte above the...
Three Affiliated Tribes council chairman candidate Mark Fox stopped at Crow Flies High Butte above the Missouri River before spending the afternoon erecting campaign signs around the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, November 1, 2014. The Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, home to the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation, produces nearly a third of North Dakota's oil. The election for a new tribal chairman, in which both candidates have positioned themselves as reformers, may change the oil industry's relationship with the reservation. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS)
NORTH DAKOTA-RESERVATION/
RTX1KAIY
July 14, 2015
Three Affiliated Tribes council chairman candidate Mark Fox poses at Crow Flies High Butte above the...
FORT BERTHOLD RESERVATION, UNITED STATES
Three Affiliated Tribes council chairman candidate Fox poses at Crow Flies High Butte above the Missouri...
Three Affiliated Tribes council chairman candidate Mark Fox poses at Crow Flies High Butte above the Missouri River before erecting campaign signs around the Fort Berthold Reservation in North Dakota, November 1, 2014. The Fort Berthold Indian Reservation, home to the Mandan, Hidatsa, and Arikara Nation, produces nearly a third of North Dakota's oil. The election for a new tribal chairman, in which both candidates have positioned themselves as reformers, may change the oil industry's relationship with the reservation. Photo taken November 1, 2014. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: POLITICS ELECTIONS)
USA-SPELLINGBEE/
RTX1EZPR
May 28, 2015
River Blount of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, receives a kiss from his mother Shannon after he failed to spell...
NATIONAL HARBOR, UNITED STATES
River Blount of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, receives a kiss from his mother Shannon after he failed to spell...
River Blount of Poplar Bluff, Missouri, receives a kiss from his mother Shannon after he failed to spell "fauces" during the semi-final round of the 88th annual Scripps National Spelling Bee at National Harbor, Maryland May 28, 2015. REUTERS/Joshua Roberts
USA-NORTH DAKOTA/SPILL
RTR4MJOR
January 23, 2015
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the largest spill of its kind in the state's history, officials said. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY COMMODITIES)
USA-NORTH DAKOTA/SPILL
RTR4MJOQ
January 23, 2015
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3...
WILLSTON, UNITED STATES
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the largest spill of its kind in the state's history, officials said. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY COMMODITIES)
USA-NORTH DAKOTA/SPILL
RTR4MJOO
January 23, 2015
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the largest spill of its kind in the state's history, officials said. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY COMMODITIES)
USA-NORTH DAKOTA/SPILL
RTR4MJOM
January 23, 2015
A maintenance worker continues clean-up efforts about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January...
Williston, UNITED STATES
A maintenance worker continues clean-up efforts about 15 miles outside Williston
A maintenance worker continues clean-up efforts about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the largest spill of its kind in the state's history, officials said. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY COMMODITIES)
USA-NORTH DAKOTA/SPILL
RTR4MJOL
January 23, 2015
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the largest spill of its kind in the state's history, officials said. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY COMMODITIES)
USA-NORTH DAKOTA/SPILL
RTR4MJOF
January 23, 2015
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3...
Williston, UNITED STATES
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston
Clean-up efforts continue about 15 miles outside Williston, North Dakota January 22, 2015. Nearly 3 million gallons of saltwater and an unknown quantity of crude oil have leaked from a North Dakota pipeline into a creek that feeds the Missouri River, by far the largest spill of its kind in the state's history, officials said. REUTERS/Andrew Cullen (UNITED STATES - Tags: BUSINESS ENERGY COMMODITIES)
BAKKEN-WATER/
RTXZT6Z
May 19, 2013
The Trenton Water Depot in Trenton, North Dakota, is seen March 26, 2013. The depot, a small metal shed...
Trenton, UNITED STATES
The Trenton Water Depot in Trenton
The Trenton Water Depot in Trenton, North Dakota, is seen March 26, 2013. The depot, a small metal shed located next to a grain elevator, pulls water from a nearby lake fed by the Missouri River. It then supplies trucks with as much as 7,800 gallons per visit to be used in hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, operations throughout North Dakota’s Bakken oil patch. Photo taken March 26, 2013. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
BAKKEN-WATER/
RTXZT6Y
May 19, 2013
Steve Mortenson, the owner of the Trenton Water Depot in Trenton, North Dakota, reviews logs inside his...
Trenton, UNITED STATES
Steve Mortenson, the owner of the Trenton Water Depot in Trenton, North Dakota, reviews logs inside his...
Steve Mortenson, the owner of the Trenton Water Depot in Trenton, North Dakota, reviews logs inside his depot March 26, 2013. The depot has several tanks that remove sediment from water extracted from a nearby lake fed by the Missouri River. Truck drivers visit the water depot and manually record how much water they remove. Mortenson has installed showers and laundry facilities, and offers free snacks, inside the depot to entice water truck drivers to visit his depot. Photo taken March 23, 2013. REUTERS/Ernest Scheyder (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS)
USA/
RTR39FI9
October 22, 2012
An oil drilling rig operates near homes, farm fields and the Missouri River outside Williston, North...
Williston, UNITED STATES
An oil drilling rig near homes and the Missouri River outside Williston
An oil drilling rig operates near homes, farm fields and the Missouri River outside Williston, North Dakota, October 19, 2012. Thousands of people have flooded into North Dakota to work in state's oil drilling boom. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES)
USA/
RTR39FHY
October 22, 2012
An oil drilling rig operates near homes, farm fields and the Missouri River outside Williston, North...
Williston, UNITED STATES
An oil drilling rig near homes and the Missouri River outside Williston
An oil drilling rig operates near homes, farm fields and the Missouri River outside Williston, North Dakota, October 19, 2012. Thousands of people have flooded into North Dakota to work in state's oil drilling boom. Picture taken October 19, 2012. REUTERS/Jim Urquhart (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENERGY ENVIRONMENT BUSINESS EMPLOYMENT)
NFL/
RTR2TGWI
November 01, 2011
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (L) hands off to running back Ryan Mathews against the Kansas...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
San Diego's Rivers hands off to Mathews against Kansas City in Kansas City, Missouri
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers (L) hands off to running back Ryan Mathews against the Kansas City Chiefs during the first quarter of their NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri October 31, 2011. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
NFL/
RTR2TGWD
November 01, 2011
Kansas City Chiefs free safety Kendrick Lewis runs following an interception of San Diego Chargers quarterback...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
Kansas City Chiefs Kendrick Lewis runs following an interception of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip...
Kansas City Chiefs free safety Kendrick Lewis runs following an interception of San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers pass during the first quarter of their NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri October 31, 2011. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
NFL/
RTR2TGVX
November 01, 2011
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Patrick Crayton catches a Phillip Rivers pass against close coverage...
Kansas City, UNITED STATES
San Diego's Crayton catches a Rivers pass against close coverage by Kansas City's Arenas in Kansas City,...
San Diego Chargers wide receiver Patrick Crayton catches a Phillip Rivers pass against close coverage by Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Javier Arenas (R) during the first quarter of their NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri October 31, 2011. REUTERS/Dave Kaup (UNITED STATES - Tags: SPORT FOOTBALL)
FLOODING/PLAINS
RTR2OLEJ
July 07, 2011
Leland Christiansen (L) of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Mindy Young, a 4-H leader from Doniphan County, Kansas,...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
Leland Christiansen and Mindy Young fill sandbags in Council Bluffs
Leland Christiansen (L) of Council Bluffs, Iowa and Mindy Young, a 4-H leader from Doniphan County, Kansas, fill sandbags in Council Bluffs, Iowa July 7, 2011. Young brought 18 people to help with flood control efforts. Senior citizens worked side by side with high school seniors on Thursday as efforts to fill sandbags continued here and across the Missouri River in Omaha. REUTERS/Michael Avok (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O27C
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O27A
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O279
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of Missouri River flood waters rising above the Mormon bridge connecting Nebraska and...
Omaha, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of Missouri River flood waters rising above the Mormon bridge connecting Nebraska and...
An aerial view of Missouri River flood waters rising above the Mormon bridge connecting Nebraska and Iowa, on the north side of Omaha June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O274
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of a farm near Rock Port, Missouri submerged in Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011....
Rock Port, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of a farm near Rock Port, Missouri submerged in Missouri River flood waters
An aerial view of a farm near Rock Port, Missouri submerged in Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O270
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of flood waters surrounding the Cooper Nuclear Power Plant near Brownville, Nebraska June...
Brownville, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of flood waters surrounding the Cooper Nuclear Power Plant near Brownville, Nebraska
An aerial view of flood waters surrounding the Cooper Nuclear Power Plant near Brownville, Nebraska June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ENERGY)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O26T
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of St. John's church in Corning, Missouri, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June...
Corning, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of St. John's church in Corning, Missouri, submerged in Missouri River flood waters
An aerial view of St. John's church in Corning, Missouri, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O26M
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of Corning, Missouri, surrounded by Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri...
Corning, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of Corning, Missouri, surrounded by Missouri River flood waters
An aerial view of Corning, Missouri, surrounded by Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O26I
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters
An aerial view of a farm north of Council Bluffs, Iowa, submerged in Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O26F
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of Missouri River flood waters moving up to an I-29 on ramp in northwest Missouri June...
Corning, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of Missouri River flood waters moving up to an I-29 on ramp in northwest Missouri
An aerial view of Missouri River flood waters moving up to an I-29 on ramp in northwest Missouri June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O25Y
June 24, 2011
Water from the Missouri River surges over a failed levy near Rock Port, Missouri June 24, 2011. The Missouri...
Rockport, UNITED STATES
Water from the Missouri River surges over a failed levy near Rock Port, Missouri
Water from the Missouri River surges over a failed levy near Rock Port, Missouri June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O25O
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant in eastern Nebraska, surrounded by Missouri River...
BLAIR, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant in eastern Nebraska, surrounded by Missouri River...
An aerial view of the Fort Calhoun Nuclear Power Plant in eastern Nebraska, surrounded by Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER ENERGY)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O25L
June 24, 2011
Large homes, a waste-water treatment plant and other businesses are cut off from the rest of Plattsmouth,...
Plattsmouth, UNITED STATES
Large homes, a waste-water treatment plant and other businesses are cut off from the rest of Plattsmouth,...
Large homes, a waste-water treatment plant and other businesses are cut off from the rest of Plattsmouth, Nebraska by Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O25C
June 24, 2011
Water (upper left) covers the highway, east of the bridge that connects Nebraska and Iowa at Nebraska...
Nebraska City, UNITED STATES
Water covers the highway east of the bridge that connects Nebraska and Iowa at Nebraska City, Nebraska...
Water (upper left) covers the highway, east of the bridge that connects Nebraska and Iowa at Nebraska City, Nebraska June 24, 2011. Similar highway conditions have closed down every bridge over the Missouri River for a span of more than 100 miles between Plattsmouth, Nebraska and St. Joseph, Missouri. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O25B
June 24, 2011
Aerial view of a farm south of Omaha, Nebraska surrounded by Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011....
Omaha, UNITED STATES
Aerial view of farm south of Omaha, Nebraska surrounded by Missouri River flood waters
Aerial view of a farm south of Omaha, Nebraska surrounded by Missouri River flood waters June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O252
June 24, 2011
Missouri River flood waters span well beyond the S-shaped channel (C) it is usually confined to when...
Omaha, UNITED STATES
Missouri River flood waters span well beyond the S-shaped channel it is usually confined to when not...
Missouri River flood waters span well beyond the S-shaped channel (C) it is usually confined to when not in flood stage, as seen in this aerial photo along the Nebraska/Iowa border June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
USA-FLOODS
RTR2O250
June 24, 2011
An aerial view of the Missouri River, where flood waters have spanned well beyond the S-shaped channel...
Omaha, UNITED STATES
An aerial view of the Missouri River swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, along the Nebraska-Iowa...
An aerial view of the Missouri River, where flood waters have spanned well beyond the S-shaped channel (C) it is usually confined to when not in flood stage, along the Nebraska-Iowa border June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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June 23, 2011
A U.S. Air Force jet flies over flooded Iowa farm grounds east of Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue,...
Bellevue, UNITED STATES
A U.S. Air Force jet flies over flooded Iowa farm grounds east of Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue,...
A U.S. Air Force jet flies over flooded Iowa farm grounds east of Offutt Air Force Base in Bellevue, Nebraska June 24, 2011. The Missouri River, swollen by heavy rains and melting snow, has been flooding areas from Montana through Missouri. Residents have been shoring up levees around towns as federal officials widen flood gates to allow record or near-record water releases to ease pressure on reservoirs. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER IMAGES OF THE DAY)
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June 22, 2011
A crew of city employees ferry a large gas tank across Missouri River flood waters to the city's waste...
Plattsmouth, UNITED STATES
City employees ferry a large gas tank across Missouri River flood waters to the city's waste water treatment...
A crew of city employees ferry a large gas tank across Missouri River flood waters to the city's waste water treatment plant, in Plattsmouth, Nebraska, June 22, 2011. Once there, the fuel will power pumps that remove water from the plant. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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June 22, 2011
Eleven-year-old Brody Bashus skips stones into Missouri River flood waters in Plattsmouth, Nebraska June...
Plattsmouth, UNITED STATES
Eleven-year-old Brody Bashus skips stones into Missouri River flood waters in Plattsmouth, Nebraska
Eleven-year-old Brody Bashus skips stones into Missouri River flood waters in Plattsmouth, Nebraska June 22, 2011. Drivers trying to cross from southeast Nebraska into Missouri and Iowa on Monday found bridges closed for more than 100 miles, due to flooding and heavier water flows on the Missouri River. All Missouri River bridges for a distance of about 112 miles between Plattsmouth, Nebraska, just south of Omaha, to St. Joseph, Missouri, are now closed, according to officials. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT SOCIETY)
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June 22, 2011
Larry Gascoigne (L) moves furniture with his grandson Corey and son Joe Gascoigne out of Joe's Council...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
Larry Gascoigne moves furniture with his grandson Corey and son Joe Gascoigne out of Joe's Council Bluffs...
Larry Gascoigne (L) moves furniture with his grandson Corey and son Joe Gascoigne out of Joe's Council Bluffs, Iowa home, June 22, 2011. The house, which sits near the flooded Missouri river, recently started taking in ground water. Flooding will force the evacuation of one-quarter of North Dakota's fourth largest city and levee breaches forced 300 residents to leave a Missouri town as flooding worsened, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT)
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June 21, 2011
Debbie Main of Council Bluffs, Iowa stands next to a six-foot deep sink hole that developed in the over-saturated...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
Debbie Main of Council Bluffs, Iowa stands next to a six-foot deep sink hole that developed in the over-saturated...
Debbie Main of Council Bluffs, Iowa stands next to a six-foot deep sink hole that developed in the over-saturated ground near the flooded Missouri River, June 21, 2011. Main had to move all the belongings from her basement to the upper floor after ground water flooded her home. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 21, 2011
Jim and Amelia Andersen pack up their belongings while moving away from their Council Bluffs, Iowa home...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
Jim and Amelia Andersen pack up their belongings while moving away from their Council Bluffs, Iowa home...
Jim and Amelia Andersen pack up their belongings while moving away from their Council Bluffs, Iowa home that had been flooded by ground water seepage, June 21, 2011. "It's kind of like living in a refugee camp. Everybody is moving out, helicopters are flying over, the National Guard," Jim Andersen said of his neighborhood, that sits next to the flooding Missouri River. "It's bizarre," he added. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 21, 2011
Trees emerge from the flooded Missouri River as seen from the Council Bluffs, Iowa side of the Bob Kerrey...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
Trees emerge from the flooded Missouri River as seen from the Council Bluffs, Iowa side of the Bob Kerrey...
Trees emerge from the flooded Missouri River as seen from the Council Bluffs, Iowa side of the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge, June 21, 2011. Downtown Omaha, Nebraska is in the background. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT)
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June 21, 2011
Army National Guard specialists Kurtis Buckman (L) and Rick Boney inspect the levy along the Missouri...
Council Bluffs, UNITED STATES
Army National Guard specialists Kurtis Buckman and Rick Boney inspect the levy along the Missouri River...
Army National Guard specialists Kurtis Buckman (L) and Rick Boney inspect the levy along the Missouri River in Council Bluffs, Iowa, June 21, 2011. Flooding will force the evacuation of one-quarter of North Dakota's fourth largest city and levee breaches forced 300 residents to leave a Missouri town as flooding worsened, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: DISASTER ENVIRONMENT MILITARY)
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June 21, 2011
A family checks out the flooded Missouri River from beneath the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge in Omaha,...
Omaha, UNITED STATES
A family checks out the flooded Missouri River from beneath the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge in Omaha...
A family checks out the flooded Missouri River from beneath the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge in Omaha, Nebraska, June 21, 2011. Flooding will force the evacuation of one-quarter of North Dakota's fourth largest city and levee breaches forced 300 residents to leave a Missouri town as flooding worsened, officials said on Tuesday. REUTERS/Lane Hickenbottom (UNITED STATES - Tags: ENVIRONMENT DISASTER)
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