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As Panic Sets In: Nebraska Airman saved following heart attack

Camp Ashland Flooding

An aerial view of the flooding at the Camp Ashland, Nebraska on March 17, 2019. The levee to the north of the camp broke and water from the swollen Platte River poured thousands of gallons of water into the low-lying area trapping vehicles on the high ground and damaging buildings. Nebraska has experienced its worst flooding ever; displacing hundreds of people and causing millions of dollars in damages to homes, farmland, and cities. (Nebraska National Guard photo by Staff Sgt. Herschel Talley)

PHOTO BY: Staff Sgt. Herschel Talley
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As Panic Sets In: Nebraska Airman saved following heart attack