Midwest Flooding Disrupts Everything From Oil to Wheat

  • Pipeline, terminals near St. Louis closed before flooding
  • At least 30 people dead after river levels surge to record

A submerged gas station on Route 141 in Fenton, Missouri, on Dec. 30, 2015.

Photographer: Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images

Deadly flooding across the U.S. Midwest is disrupting everything from oil to agriculture, forcing pipelines, terminals and grain elevators to close.

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