Pinhook, Mo. Survivors Ready For Recovery

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On May 3, 2011 a 15 foot wall of water headed toward the village of Pinhook, Mo. The levee at Birds Point was blown by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers to save the town of Cairo, Ill. from possible flooding causing the cascade of water. The residents are a close knit community and are thinking about long term recovery needs. FEMA Individual Assistance is working closely with state and local officials to assist the commumnity in their recovery. Jace Anderson/FEMA
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