(KMOV) -- Rising flood waters on the Mississippi River have forced a downtown St. Louis casino to temporarily shut down.
The President Casino has once again been forced to close its doors.
That doesn't mean a day off for all employees.
Some of the workers spent the day Sunday cleaning up river debris around the boat.
The casino will remain closed until the flood waters recede.
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