Pollution a worry as Missouri River floods, but high water volumes diminish the risk
Published 06/13/2011, The Jamestown Sun
BISMARCK, N.D. (AP) — As the flooding Missouri River overflows onto surrounding land it is picking up everything from pianos to coal, but experts say the high volume of water and the rapid current will help in minimizing long-term pollution.Word count: 425
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