Cedar Rapids prepares for flooding
CEDAR RAPIDS, Iowa - School is canceled through Wednesday in Cedar Rapids, Iowa, and thousands of people have been evacuated as flooding threatens the state's second-largest city. The Cedar River crested Saturday night in Waterloo and Cedar Falls, about 55 miles upstream. Water levels have been slightly lower than in 2008, when a major flood devastated the region.
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