A man removes debris from a business on December 30, 2015 in Fenton, Missouri. Michael B. Thomas/Getty Images/AFP
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Surging Midwestern rivers forced hundreds of evacuations, threatened dozens of levees and brought transportation by car, boat or train to a virtual standstill Thursday in the St. Louis area.Amtrak officials halted the St. Louis-to-Kansas City train on Thursday, and 5-mile (8-kilometer) stretch of the Mississippi River that was closed at St. Louis halted barge traffic.At least 20 deaths over several days in Missouri and Illinois were blamed on flooding, mostly involving vehicles that drove onto swamped roadways, and at least four people were still missing Thursday.
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