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Red River rises, floods Fargo, people persevere

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Cars and trucks navigate a flooded Interstate 29 North of Fargo April 10, near Harwood, North Dakota. A seven-mile stretch of the interstate between Harwood and Argusville was open but flooded with water from the Red and Sheyenne Rivers. The Red River crested yesterday in Fargo at 38.5 feet, well below the anticipated 41 feet and the record crest 40.84 feet experienced in 2009.

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A home is surrounded by floodwater from the Red River on April 11, near Fargo, North Dakota.

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SSG Aaron Johnson (L), SP4 Jeff Daley (C) and PVT Justin Brickman of the Minnesota National Guard check the level of flood water while they patrol a levee on April 11, in Georgetown, Minnesota. The National Guard have been called in to help build, inspect and maintain levees in many communities along the Red River Valley around Fargo, North Dakota and Moorhead, Minnesota.

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Snowplows are used to clear floodwater from Interstate 29 April 11, near Argusville, North Dakota.

The National Weather Service has confirmed that at least 10 tornadoes touched down in four states in the past two days. The Weather Channel's Chris Warren reports.