Another breach repaired by U.S. Army Corps of Engineers along the Missouri River

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ST. LOUIS – As of Thursday, three out of four breaches along the Missouri River have been repaired by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, Omaha District.

Officials said the breach repair near River Mile 521 closed Thursday, August 13 brings that part of the levee to a 10-year level of protection.

The repairs are a part of an $8.74 million contract with AECOM Technical Serices, Inc. out of Los Angeles, California.

Click here for more information on the status of the levee system.

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