The dike that was built around Perkett Elementary, which is in southwest Minot, there's been a lot of decay that was noticed on the dike today and was starting to sulfa off. We met with General Sprynczynatyk and he agreed to bring in sand bags by blackhawk helicopter. They've been doing this now for about the last three hours. We're hoping that this proves successful in saving the school. Thus far the dike is not breached. It is dry behind the dike, but the sluffing is causing a concern. The process for the black hawks dropping the one ton sand bags over the school was to reinforce a large clay dike that was built around the elementary school which is still currently dry. There's about, anywhere to 8 to 10 feet of water on the outside. And what's happenning is, there's a current that's developed that's kind of going right into the clay dike in the school's, uh, detected. And what that's doing is its eroding sides of the dike on the left and to the right as the current hits the dike. We're hoping to keep Perkett dry throughout this, the remainder of this flood.