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2011 Red River flood

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Red River Flood Fight 2011 Moves Downstream

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Red River Flood Fight 2011: Corps monitors levee construction

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2011 REDRIVER FLOODING WINNIPEG

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Red River Flood 2011 Grand Forks, ND

The 2011 Red River flood took place along the Red River of the North in Manitoba in Canada and North Dakota and Minnesota in the United States beginning in April 2011. The flood was, in part, due to high moisture levels in the soil from the previous year, which meant that further accumulation would threaten the flood-prone region. Flood predictors in Winnipeg were worried that a dual crest of both the Assiniboine River and the Red might crest at the city at the same time. Beginning around April 8, 50 homes were evacuated and two more were flooded after an ice jam in St. Andrews, Manitoba caused the river to flood over its banks.
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