More than 1,000 volunteers rushed to fill sandbags early Wednesday as many in North Dakota tried to protect themselves from a historic floods that are expected to swamp the area.
Even at 3:30 a.m., hundreds of volunteers packed into individual sandbagging centers, an organizer said.
"There have been so many volunteers that we had to turn people away," said Ryan McEwan, a supervisor at one volunteer coordinating center. "It is very busy. They are filling sandbags as fast as they can." Read full article »
CNN's Robyn Sidersky contributed to this story.