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Managers of Memphis area credit unions, spared any property damage or worse so far from the flood-swollen Mississippi River, were crossing their fingers Tuesday that they could avoid evacuation orders even as they continued issuing alerts to members to be careful of high water as they approached CU facilities.

“We have a couple of our branches close to the river and we brought in an extra generator in case we lost power but so far no problem,” said a spokesman for the $136 million Hope Community CU of Jackson, Miss., which has three branches in Memphis, Tenn. and West Memphis, Ark.

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