- Associated Press - Tuesday, April 30, 2019

ASBURY, Iowa (AP) - An eastern Iowa library has reopened around three months after being flooded by water from a burst pipe.

The pipe burst Feb. 1 inside the Dubuque County Library’s branch in Asbury. Water ruined carpet, the ceiling, computers and hundreds of books. It reopened Monday.

The building repairs cost about $70,000.

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