Residents return to flood-damaged homes in Miss.

 Tuesday, May 31, 2011

 CBS News

Javier Campos returned to his neighborhood for the first time in nearly a month Monday to find the serene little enclave of fishing camps and homes a putrid, mud-caked mess after the historic flooding of the Mississippi River. "It’s too late for praying now," he said, stomping through the sludge. Like Campos, many residents got their first glimpse Monday of what’s left of Cutoff, an unincorporated community on the unprotected side of the river in Mississippi’s Tunica County.
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