Bill Dries

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Residents in and around Memphis, Tennessee are being told not to panic, but the Mississippi River is now expected to crest a bit sooner than had been expected.

Mississippi River Crest Nears at Memphis

Residents in and around Memphis, Tennessee are being told not to panic, but the Mississippi River is now expected to crest a bit sooner than had been expected.

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