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Looking Back: Federal Disaster Declared for Historic Missouri Flooding
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Beginning on April 28, 2017, Missouri was inundated by historic flooding that pushed at least a dozen rivers and major streams to unprecedented crests. It was the state’s costliest disaster since the Joplin tornado of 2011, as areas that had never flooded before were heavily impacted. Under Gov. Eric Greitens’ leadership, the state of Missouri, local and federal partners, faith-based and non-profit groups, launched an accelerated and wide-reaching recovery effort.

This page continues to be a go-to, single source to help Missourians easily find the information and disaster-related resources that you may need any time disaster strikes.

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