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Crews clean up

A crew from the Minnesota Department of Transportation cleans flood debris Tuesday afternoon from the underside of the Sorlie Bridge.

Flood debris clean up
A crew from the Minnesota Department of Transportation cleans up flood debris Tuesday afernoon from the underside of the the Sorlie Bridge. Herald photo by John Stennes.

A crew from the Minnesota Department of Transportation cleans flood debris Tuesday afternoon from the underside of the Sorlie Bridge.

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