Flood repairs at Jay Cooke State Park extensive, ongoing
Mark Luschen didn't say if or how he measured the St. Louis River's overflow into Jay Cooke State Park during last June's flood.
He just rounded it off.
It was "a billion of gallons of water," said Luschen, Jay Cooke's assistant park manager. "I'll be dealing with the results of that day for the rest of my career."
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