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Tunica, Mississippi (CNN) — The swollen Mississippi River rolled south Wednesday, swamping emptied-out towns and businesses, and threatening untold damage to areas still recovering from a series of natural disasters.

In Mississippi, Louisiana, and Arkansas, authorities and residents braced for the days ahead.

“I went through Katrina,” said Lynn Magnuson of New Orleans. “I would not wish flooding on anyone, and this city is the last place on Earth that needs any more high water.”