The coal-fired powerplant near Nebraska City is watching this reservoir which is a back-up to a back-up chute off of the Missouri River.
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Dragonfly in the shadow of the Nebraska City coal power plant.
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Coal power plant near Nebraska City is threatened by the flooding.
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Roads closed all over the place as waters rise and floodplains become inundated.
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New bridge being constructed at Rulo, but construction has been halted due to the flooding.
Old bridge, now closed to traffic, at Rulo, Nebraska.
Water at a bridge pillar near Rulo.
Bridge at Rulo, Nebraska.
The loss of property is immense along the mighty Missouri River.
This dock is almost gone.
Trees near a flooded boat ramp along the Missouri River.
The back-up of the back-up flood protection.
A road left unpassable to a neighborhood underwater.
These people must be hardcore.
Again, the dock almost underwater.
Trees near a flooded boat ramp near Plattsmouth, Nebraska.
What typically is a state recreational area near Plattsmouth.
The boat docks that the National Park Service typically uses. These are about 10-15 feet higher than normal and rising.
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The pedestrian bridge in Omaha with onlookers observing the severely swelled river.
A newly-created chute.
A community flooded and likely permanently destroyed.
Flooded fields everywhere.
Lightning storm on the drive back (photo thanks to Diego Moreno).