CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Apr 15, 1969
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(Studio) Floods leave 12,000 in North Dakota homeless; 4,000 in South Dakota; 3,000 in Minnesota, and 1,000 in Iowa and Wisconsin.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner
(Saint Paul, Minnesota) Mississippi River to crest in Saint Paul. Dikes need to stay up 48 more hrs. Mississippi River expected to stay high.
REPORTER: Joe Bartlemy (WCCO-TV)
(Minot, North Dakota) Mouse River floods city. 400 homes damaged.
REPORTER: No reporter given
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