Duluth, MN (WCCO/CNN) - Duluth, Minnesota is under a state of emergency because of severe flooding.
More than five inches of rain fell in less than 24 hours.
You're looking at the water churning in the Saint Louis River, threatening to wash away the bridge on the Thompson Dam.
Many roads have been ripped apart as the water came rushing through.
Mayor Don Ness is asking people to stay home and out of the way of emergency and maintenance crews.