Flood fears continue to grow, prompting more evacuations.
FOX News Radio's Jennifer Keiper got a first-hand look at the flooding along the Ohio River from the passenger seat of a boat in Metropolis, Illinois:
Meanwhile, the Government plans to blow up a third section of a Missouri levee to allow flood water back into the Mississippi River, as river levels upstream continue to drop. This, as residents are just coming to grips with the Government's initial decision to flood their land.
Farmer Roy Presson of Mississippi County, Missouri is devastated.
Farmer Bryan Feezor returned found his shed and silos almost completely submerged, his 15-hundred acres of farmland under water.
Terry Clifton fears his home may have been washed away.
Jim Pogue from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers appreciates what these farmers have sacrificed.