Supplies ferried to hundreds stranded by Montana floods
BILLINGS — Emergency workers ferried supplies to more than 300 people cut off Friday by flooding that has overwhelmed Montana towns and caused an estimated $8.6 million in damages to date.
Heavy rain and the runoff from record mountain snowpacks have caused rivers over much of the West to spill from their banks. Montana has been hit particularly hard over the past few weeks, with hundreds of homes inundated and scores of roadways swamped.
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An underpass in downtown Glasgow is flooded Wednesday by water overflowing from the Milk River.
River levels were ret...