How one of the nation's deadliest floods changed Rapid City, South Dakota
Thursday marks 50 years since a flood killed 238 people in Rapid City, South Dakota. Survivors say it’s important to tell their stories, so future generations don’t repeat the deadly mistakes of the past.
Seth Tupper of South Dakota Public Broadcasting reports.
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