North Dakota Flooding Evacuees

  In a June 27, 2011 photo, Galen and Teresa Schaan stand outside their family's $54 Wal-Mart tent pitched on the grounds of the Maysa Park Arena, a winter sports facility, in Minot, N.D. Schaan's family are among the thousands of people left homeless due to the flooded river that has inundated more than 4,000 houses in North Dakota's fourth-biggest city. "We wanted to go camping all summer but not like this," said Galen Schaan, 48, a burly soft-spoken man who works as a roughneck in North Dakota's oil patch. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)
In a June 27, 2011 photo, Galen and Teresa Schaan stand outside their family's $54 Wal-Mart tent pitched on the grounds of the Maysa Park Arena, a winter sports facility, in Minot, N.D. Schaan's family are among the thousands of people left homeless due to the flooded river that has inundated more than 4,000 houses in North Dakota's fourth-biggest city. "We wanted to go camping all summer but not like this," said Galen Schaan, 48, a burly soft-spoken man who works as a roughneck in North Dakota's oil patch. (AP Photo/Charles Rex Arbogast)

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