30 Dec '15, 10pm

UPDATED: 5 #soldiers who drowned in #Missouri #floods identified:

People move some of their belongings to higher ground on Tuesday, Dec. 29, 2015, as the Meramec River continues to rise next to the Gravois Road bridge in old town Fenton, Mo. Torrential rains over the past several days pushed already swollen rivers and streams to virtually unheard-of heights in parts of Missouri and Illinois. Record flooding was projected at some Mississippi River towns, and the Meramec River near St. Louis was expected to get to more than 3 feet above the previous record by late this week. J.B. Forbes /St. Louis Post-Dispatch via AP Related Crews search for missing man seen with 4 drowned soldiers FORT LEONARD WOOD, Mo. — Five international soldiers who were on holiday leave during a temporary assignment at Fort Leonard Wood drowned when their car went off a dark, rural highway in southwest Missouri. The soldiers were returning to the fort from Osage Bea...

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