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Arkansas community braces for flooding impact on Memorial Day weekend: 'Keep everybody in your prayers'

FOXNews.com Sunday, 26 May 2019
Historic flooding in Northwest Arkansas has residents and business owners preparing for the wors as the National Weather Service warned of a "dangerous and life threatening situation” with “near catastrophic flooding along the Arkansas River” and “nearby businesses... severely flooded.”
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