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North Dakota mental hospital takes in flood evacuees

Twenty-one patients from a private mental health and substance abuse treatment center in Fargo have been taken to the state mental hospital in Jamestown because of flooding.

Twenty-one patients from a private mental health and substance abuse treatment center in Fargo have been taken to the state mental hospital in Jamestown because of flooding.

The hospital also has taken in three nursing-facility residents from Fargo.

The state Developmental Center in Grafton is sheltering 55 people from a Fargo center for the developmentally disabled.

The state Human Services department said it also has made regional human service center staff available to serve Fargo flood victims.

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