Bob Anderson

Army Corps of Engineers

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Spokesperson for the Mississippi Valley Division of the Army Corps of Engineers

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Low flows of water have closed the Mississippi River five times this month, most recently on Monday. Yesterday, traffic began to flow again in both directions.

Low Waters on the Mighty Mississippi

Low flows of water have closed the Mississippi River five times this month, most recently on Monday. Yesterday, traffic began to flow again in both directions.

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