Floods in the Midwestern states in the US have killed 22 people and caused damage which will cost millions of dollars to repair.
The floods were caused by days of heavy rains triggered by the remnants of Tropical Storm Erin.
Oklahoma, Texas, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Ohio and Missouri are among the worst-affected states.
The floods have severely damaged homes, road, bridges and crops.
About 12in (30cm) of rain fell in Minnesota earlier in the week, causing the earth to give way in this neighbourhood of the town of Winona.
In some areas, the waters have receded and the clean-up job has begun.
Many people have lost their homes and most of their belongings.
Unable to return home, hundreds of people have been moved into shelters.