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Mississippi River Flooded...

Old Man River on the rampage! A large ship traveling up river dwarfs St. Louis Cathedral in the French Quarter, as the Mississippi River reaches flood stage in New Orleans . (photo by Matthew Hinton.)
The reason the Mississippi River is sometimes called "The Big Muddy:" Photo of Lake Pontchartrain near the Bonnet Carre Spillway, as spillway diverts water from the Mississippi River to the lake. River water, seen on right, and lake water, on left, meet. (photo by Brett Duke.)
Crops and homes start to flood, as water comes over the levee in Lake Providence, LA. (photo by Kita Wright.)
With the Atchafalaya River in the background, Maxiam Doucet builds a levee around his house in Butte LaRose, LA, in preparation for the onslaught of water from the Morganza Spillway opening. (photo by David Grunfeld.)
Rev. Lawrence Abara uses his trunk to move the Station of the Cross out of Sacred Heart Chapel in Butte LaRose. The area will flood after the Morganza Floodway opens. Items from the Catholic church are being moved to Our Lad y of Mercy Church in Henderson. (photo by Rusty Costanza.)
A bicyclist rides along the Mississippi River levee in Jefferson Parish, LA. This area along the levee is usually not under water. (photo by Rusty Costanza.)
Mike Sims salvages furniture in preparation of the onslaught of water from the Morganza Floodway in Butte LaRose. The small community expects water ranging from 5 to 25 feet. (photo by David Grunfeld.)
Street is closed due to the Mississippi River flood waters covering much of the neighborhood in Vicksburg , Miss. This mainly African-American community has banded together to provide each other support like a community cookout with enough food to feed those who have lost their homes to the waters and those still dry. (photo by Rogelio V. Solis.)
A large ship travels past the business district of New Orleans; the Aquarium of the Americas can be seen in foreground, on the left.
Flood waters inundate Bonnet Carre Spillway recreation area, near Norco , LA , after spillway was opened. (photo by Brett Duke.)
The Morganza Spillway is seen with first few bays open; spillway was opened in an attempt to save the cities of Baton Rouge and New Orleans from flooding. (photo by Matthew Hinton.)
Buildings take on flood water in Morgan City , LA. (photo by Patrick Semansky.)
A sign in Butte LaRose, LA asks for divine help to deal with the projected flood waters. (photo by Rusty Costanza.)

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