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Francis' Episcopal Church located on South Central Avenue on Wednesday, May 3, 2017, in the Old Town business district in Eureka.The first floor of the church flooded with about 48 inches of water, the same amount in December 2015.
All three were forced to leave their homes because of rising floodwater and they all spent the night at the shelter on Wednesday night as well. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) Tammy Neeley and her husband Jonathan moved all of their belongings from their garage into their home and stayed through the flood in downtown Pacific on Thursday, May 4, 2017.
Most smaller rivers are falling sharply, but the Mississippi is expected to crest over the weekend in some towns in Missouri and Illinois.
Walter Northcutt walks along Boeing Drive as he checks on his neighbors efforts to keep floodwater from Meramec River out of their homes on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) Friends of Charlie Christian, second from right, help move Christian's mobile home deck that floated away on to Second Street in downtown Pacific on Thursday, May 4, 2017.
Geese swim through floodwater from the Meramec River on Electra Drive in Arnold, Mo., on Thursday, May 4, 2017. Heavy rain last weekend created a flooding mess in Missouri, Arkansas and neighboring states, and several inches of mid-week rain have helped keep the water high. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) The Missouri State Highway Patrol says a 69-year-old man from the southern Missouri town of Salem died Thursday night after trying to cross a flooded road across Dry Fork Creek. Heavy downpours last weekend caused waterways to surge in Missouri, Arkansas, Illinois and other states.
Six deaths are now blamed on flooding in Missouri, while four occurred in Arkansas.
Two days of rain have pushed off a crest in Alton until Saturday. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP) An employee of Ardent Mills in Alton, Ill., climbs back over large sandbags protecting the mill Thursday, May 4, 2017, after fellow workers added another layer of the sandbags to keep ahead of the Mississippi River floodwaters.