PBS NewsHour

Roads, towns and livelihoods washed away in Midwest floods

Clip: 03/22/2019 | 5m 51s Video has closed captioning.

Ongoing flooding across the Midwest has left thousands of homes damaged and vast swaths of farmland underwater. Residents and public officials alike are trying to cope with washed-out roads, lost livestock, ruined crops, and a lack of supplies. Meanwhile, weather experts are predicting a “potentially unprecedented” flood season. Judy Woodruff speaks to Nebraska Gov. Pete Ricketts for more.

Aired: 03/22/19

Rating: NR

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