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Midwest banks prevail over '93 flood damage.

SEP 13, 1994 1:00am ET

During the worst of the flooding in the summer of '93, six feet of water seeped into the first floor of Peoples Savings Bank of Rhineland, Mo., and employees came to work in a boat.

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