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Michigan flood called '500-year' event that displaced thousands after dam failed revealed in satellite photos

FOXNews.com Thursday, 21 May 2020
Residential neighborhoods filled with floodwaters, a university football field turned into an island, and more vantage points of devastation are spotted in new satellite images from Wednesday that shows the extent of the flooding in central Michigan.
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News video: Thousands forced to evacuate after two dams fail in Michigan

Thousands forced to evacuate after two dams fail in Michigan 01:12

Midland, Michigan could be under more than 2 metres of water as severe flooding continues to unfold. Two dams failed on May 19, causing thousands of residents to evacuate.

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