ROCK PORT, MO — About 90 miles southeast of Omaha is the small town of Rock Port, Missouri.
It's a town where people feel forgotten after the Flood of 2019, simply because they sit across the borders of Iowa and Nebraska.
The people there think Missouri has been lost in the aftermath of the floods, as emergency funds pour in to their neighbors in Nebraska and Iowa.
3 News Now reporter Phil Bergman sat down with several members of the community on Thursday to talk about their plight. This is the unedited 30 minute roundtable discussion with them.