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The winning shot!
Mercedes Fisher says ... on Friday, Jun 13 at 6:58 PM
Can You Show H ave? My house is on that street!
This flood is Cedar Rapids own Kitrina!!!!
JB says ... on Saturday, Jun 14 at 12:20 AM
I agree, and you would think that after what we saw in New Orleans, people would be heeding the warnings and evacuation statements and GETTING OUT WHEN THEY ARE TOLD TO GET OUT!! Rescue workers need REST and a chance to do so!! Please LEAVE if told!
Aurora Cook says ... on Saturday, Jun 14 at 2:51 PM
well see when it flooded in 93 it wasn't this bad so many thought it was going to get worse. but I do agree that those people need rest. trust me I have military friends out there helping!
n.j says ... on Sunday, Jun 15 at 9:04 PM
this is teribkle
iowa city native says ... on Monday, Jun 16 at 9:48 PM
Thanks for having pictures of Iowa City, KCRG did a great job covering Cedar Rapids, but how about the rest of the areas
email@example.com says ... on Wednesday, Jan 14 at 9:42 PM
I Wish This Flood Never Came To Cedar Rapids
puchi says ... on Tuesday, Jan 20 at 6:55 PM
nobody cares of Iowa its all bout New Orleans baby 4 life 3w/d and 10w/d 4 life "ya digg"
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