As dry soils shrink, southern Minnesota homes sink
WASECA, Minn. (AP) — As the drought deepens, homeowners across southern Minnesota are reporting shifting foundations and cracks in basements and walls.
The dry conditions effectively have been locked into the frozen soil. And as dry soils shrink, homes sink. Insurance typically doesn't cover the damage.
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