Caption: Tuesday May 3, 2011--Jack Dixon, left, and his wife Doris Dixon rest in the Red Cross Shelter at Shawnee Community College in Ullin, Illinois on Tuesday. The pair evacuated from Cairo and were in good spirits. "You can see things like this on television and think it could never be you, but it's just right around the corner" said Jack Dixon. Water levels on the Ohio River fell after the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers breached the Birds Point levee on Monday. The National Weather Service said before the breach, the Cairo level was at 61.72 feet and rising. By Tuesday morning, the river was at 60.62 feet and was expected to keep falling to 59.4 feet by Saturday.
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