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    Cars and trucks navigate a flooded Interstate 29 North of Fargo April 10, near Harwood, North Dakota. A seven-mile stretch of the interstate between Harwood and Argusville was open but flooded with water from the Red and Sheyenne Rivers. Source.

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    : Homes are surrounded by floodwater from the Red River. Source.

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    A snowplow is used to clear floodwater from Interstate 29. Source.

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    Vehicles and farm equipment are stranded on a flooded stretch of road. Source.

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    A barn is surrounded by floodwater from the Red River. Source.

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    Homes surrounded by floodwater from the Red River. Source.

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    A home is surrounded by floodwater from the Red River. Source.

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    Floodwater from the Red River surrounds the town of Argusville, North Dakota. Source.

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    A levee made from sandbags holds back water from the Red River in Fargo, North Dakota. Source.

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    A rural road is covered with flood water April near Fargo, North Dakota. Source.

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    Residents of the Lake Shure subdivision use a boat to reach dry land after all of the homes in the development were surrounded by flood water. Source.

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    Cody Lavelle stands next to a plywood floodwall he and six other residents built to hold back the flooding Red River. Source.

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    Newspapers and mail are left along a flooded road for residents of the Lake Shure subdivision. Source.

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    Woodcrest Drive in Fargo, N.D. , forms a peninsula, jutting into the flooding Red River. Source.

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    The Cass County Highway Department hang a sign to let motorists know that County Road 22 near the Red River is closed due to flooding. Source.

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    Cars navigate a flooded road. Source.

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    Fargo, North Dakota aerial shot. Source.

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    Cass County Sheriff’s Deputies Clinton Zahnow and Mary Geller check on residents living in a flooded rural area. Source.

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    The Red River spills over Highway 29 and other roads north of Fargo preventing people from leaving the region without driving though heavy water. Source.

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    The only access Roger Larsen has to his farm northwest of West Fargo is by tractor. Source.

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    Interstate 29. Source.

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    Oakcreek Neighborhood in South Fargo. Source.