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Dam/Levee Break ^ Flooding - Lisbon, N. D. , April 15, 2009 --A helicopter carries a 1 ton sand bag to a levee in Lisbon, ND.  The National Guard is using helicopters to bring sandbags to areas where large amounts of sand are needed to stop water from coming through levees.  Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Dam/Levee Break ^ Flooding - Lisbon, N. D. , April 15, 2009 --A helicopter carries a 1 ton sand bag to a levee in Lisbon, ND. The National Guard is using helicopters to bring sandbags to areas where large amounts of sand are needed to stop water from coming through levees. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

 
 
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Title: A helicopter with a 1 ton sand bag

Production Date: 04/15/2009

Caption: Lisbon, N. D. , April 15, 2009 --A helicopter carries a 1 ton sand bag to a levee in Lisbon, ND. The National Guard is using helicopters to bring sandbags to areas where large amounts of sand are needed to stop water from coming through levees. Photo by Patsy Lynch/FEMA

Photographer Name: Patsy Lynch

City/State: Lisbon, ND

Keywords: National Guard North Dakota flooding sand bags Sheyenne River levee

Disaster Types: Dam/Levee Break ^ Flooding

Categories: Conceptual Imagery
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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