A Truck enters flooded river in South Dakota

South Dakota

South Dakota’s authorities search for two men reported missing after a truck of garbage went into a flooded river.

On Sunday, Searchers returned to James River15 miles from north of Mitchell, South Dakota.

Men have been missing since Thursday, according to KELO-TV.

A Truck enters flooded river in South Dakota

Tom Fridley, Sanborn County Sheriff stated that truck went off state Highway 37 into river.

Names of men haven’t been released yet.

Local & state agencies involved in the searching process.

Midwest witnessed flooding that caused three deaths in addition to two men reported missing in Nebraska for more than a week.

NWS warned of rainstorms could lead to crest.

Kevin Low, NWS hydrologist said that an inch of rain fall in Lowa & Nebraska this week.

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