DUTCHTOWN — Twelve hours into a sandbagging shift, and working through a driving storm punctuated by lightning and loud claps of thunder, Casey Lee wasn't ready to quit. Not until the makeshift levee protecting tiny Dutchtown in southeast Missouri was up and ready.
Volunteers work to stop flooding in southeast Missouri towns
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