06 May, 2017
108 Arkansas National Guard members are now in the area, he said, along with 25 vehicles capable of conducting high-water rescues.
Hundreds of roads across the four states remain closed, including a busy stretch of Interstate 44 in suburban St. Louis.
Forecasters are warning of a flash flood emergency for parts of northeast Arkansas after rising floodwaters caused a levee to fail.
The Missouri Levee & Drainage District Association said Thursday that seven levees have been overtopped by water and seven more have been breached, with water pouring through them.
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Weather.com is rigorously tracking river flood stages up and down the MS and its feeder rivers.
"Today they have identified nine levee breaches in Randolph County alone, three of these breaches of the levees appear to be categorized as major, and this, of course, impacts the flooding in Lawrence County, which we're watching very carefully", Hutchinson said in a press conference. "This is why I have declared a state of emergency for Arkansas in response to the heavy rain and flooding throughout the state". The Calcasieu River in the Lake Charles area also is well above flood stage. A school bus trying to drive on a flooded road got stuck and almost tipped over near the town of Iowa, Louisiana.
In Pocahontas, some residents who had to evacuate when heavy rainfall sent five rivers in the area spilling over their banks, have been able to return home. More rain is in the forecast Wednesday. But the mess left behind was substantial. Residents aren't breathing easy yet: More rain on Thursday will keep the river high for several days.