South Dakota Army National Guard Pvt. Jason Weedman, of the 153rd Forward Support Company out of Parkston, scoops a shovel full of sand into a sandbag, June 3, at the Gateway facility in North Sioux City, S.D. Weedman and other National Guard members are working alongside inmates and volunteers producing up to 150,000 sandbags per day at the site. Officials estimate the Gateway facility and several other sites in the area are producing nearly 500,000 sandbags a day as the Missouri River continues to rise.
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