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KMOV
Fri, 06/21/2019 - The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) is closely watching river levels. Sean Hadley with MSD says crews are working around the clock at the 28 pump stations.
Metro STL
Wed, 06/19/2019 - From the north side of St. Louis to the south side, vacant lots and abandoned buildings are a common problem, but in the Wells-Goodfellow neighborhood there are 155 football fields’ worth of them — some 480 vacant buildings and 1,400 vacant lots.
KTVI
Tue, 06/18/2019 - Several families in a north St. Louis neighborhood have grown frustrated as they wait for somebody—anybody—to fix a large, gaping hole in the roadway after the street collapsed.
Hallelujah 1600
Fri, 06/07/2019 - Host BJ talks with Sean Hadley of MSD (Metropolitan Sewer District) about the flooding in St Louis City and County and what MSD is responsible for.
KTVI
Wed, 06/05/2019 - After hundreds of homes experienced flooding in south St. Louis after a pump station on the River Des Peres was struck by lightning, the Metropolitan Sewer District said it was paying for damages. But now, some residents are upset because they've learned MSD is not covering flooded out cars.
St. Louis Post Dispatch
Tue, 06/04/2019 - The company that runs the downtown steam loop went on a mad dash on Monday to find temporary boilers for a dozen downtown buildings — including a city jail, major hotels and sections of Busch Stadium — that lost their hot water thanks to the flooding Mississippi River.
KSDK
Tue, 06/04/2019 - Sandbagging continued Tuesday in Bellefontaine Neighbors where flood waters have gotten so close to homes the flood wall stretches through several backyards.
KMOV
Mon, 06/03/2019 - Dozen of businesses in downtown St. Louis are without hot water after an early force main sewer failure. The Metropolitan Sewer District (MSD) in St. Louis said rising river levels and Saturday night's storms caused a force main sewer at the foot of Carr Street in downtown to fail Sunday morning.
St. Louis Business Journal
Mon, 06/03/2019 - The Mississippi River has gotten so high in downtown St. Louis that the water is nearly eye level for tourists gathered at Gateway Arch National Park.
KMOX
Mon, 06/03/2019 - The swollen Missouri and Mississippi rivers are closing hundreds of roads, inundating homes and businesses, and caused about a dozen buildings in downtown St. Louis, like Busch Stadium, to be without hot water for some time.
St. Louis Post Dispatch
Mon, 06/03/2019 - As near-historic flooding continued in the St. Louis region Sunday, a levee failed in Lincoln County and the waters of the Mississippi River crept further up the steps to the Gateway Arch.
Energy Manager Today
Mon, 06/03/2019 - Near historic flooding from an intense rainstorm and high Mississippi River prompted several St. Louis businesses to rent temporary boilers. Flooding shut down Ashley Energy’s nearby steam plant, which normally provides heat and electricity.

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