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In the small town of Hickman, Kentucky, officials and volunteers spent nearly two weeks piling sandbags on top of each other to shore up the 17-mile levee, preparing for a slow-moving disaster of historic proportion.
'We just never even thought of it getting this high,' said Karla Fields, who with husband Tony and their eight-year-old son were forced to live on the second floor of their home when the water rose on their 13 wooded acres.
The corps also straightened out sections of the river that used to meander and pool dangerously.
As a result, the Mississippi flows into the Gulf of Mexico faster, and water presses against the levees for shorter periods.
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Meanwhile, there was relief in communities farther upriver after water levels began to recede after days of anxious waiting - and testing of the levee defenses.
Heavy winter storms and snowmelt are blamed for the flooding.
So far, most towns along the banks of the big river have been spared calamitous floodwaters.