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20 May 2007
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Flood's Bar & Grill "One of the best places to be in Detroit."
9 Jul 2007
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FEMA and the Insurance Information Institute are Urging All Homeowners to Consider Flood Insurance People who live near the coast or next to a stream are not the only homeowners threatened by floods during a hurricane. FEMA and the Insurance Information Institute say those who live further inland should be concerned too because wind and rain from hurricanes can cause massive inland flooding. In fact, 25% of flood losses occur to homeowners with low flood risk. Most of these floods are the result of runoff during a heavy downpour. Often there is no place for the water to go, the rain falls too fast for the ground to absorb or the ground is too dry. Just a few inches of water in the basement can cause $8-10,000 in damage. Unfortunately, many homeowners mistakenly think floods are covered under their homeowners, but to be covered for flooding, you need a policy from the National Flood Insurance Program. This policy can be purchased through your insurance agent. If you would like to get an idea of how much a policy would cost and what your home's flood risk is, visit the National Flood Insurance Program site at Produced for Insurance Information Institute
12 Jul 2007
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flooded streets with cars driving through very high water people take their life in their own hands this can't be good on their cars
16 Jul 2007
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This is Mumbai when it floods badly.This is why trains don't run
21 Jul 2007
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27 Jul 2007
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Volunteer firefighter goes around roadblock into flooded road that's too deep.
31 Jul 2007
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Create Flood Insurance Rate Map(FIRM) to see if your house or property is in the flood zone
19 Aug 2007
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Jars Of Clay - Flood
24 Aug 2007
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Relief agencies drop food, water and medicines to flood-ravaged areas of South Asia Thursday August 9th, 2007 Aid workers are taking advantage of a brief lull in the rains to assist the areas inundated by record monsoon flooding. But the demand far outstrips relief supplies and thousands of villages remain submerged. Bangladesh and Nepal have received aid from the UN World Food Program and UNICEF but the agencies have received no official requests from India. An editorial in the Hindustan Times argues that authorities in northern India's Uttar Pradesh, Assam and Bihar states should have done much more before hundreds of people died and millions were displaced. The editorial states 'Floods are nothing new in these areas. It is the intensity of the floods that differ from year to year. The state governments' lack of preparedness is criminal.' In an interview with APTN, the UN's regional health boss describes the staggering humanitarian crisis facing flood refugees and relief workers. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
25 Aug 2007
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Afsan Chowdhury says climate change comes on top of already rising sea levels and environmental degradation Thursday August 9th, 2007 Afsan Chowdhury has spent years dealing with crisis and disaster management in South Asia. In a phone interview from Dhaka, he says the latest monsoon flooding will have a long-term socio-economic impact on the most poor. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
25 Aug 2007
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Monsoons batter northern India, Bangladesh and Nepal, leaving at least 360 dead and 20 million homeless Tuesday August 7th, 2007 Steady monsoon rains normally batter South Asia between June and September. But officials say this summer's rain and flooding may be the worst in 30 years. Because so many people live in low-lying areas, they have little protection from floods. The people of Bangladesh, Nepal, and India's Uttar Pradesh and Bihar states are also among Asia's poorest. Marzio Babille, the chief of health for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF) reports that clean water, basic hygiene and sanitation are 'an apocalyptic issue' in these countries. Everywhere there are dangerous shortages of food, medicines and clean water. Local health authorities also warn about epidemics of encephalitis, malaria, dysentery, dengue fever and other diseases. In a report issued today, the Geneva-based World Meteorological Association, another UN agency, said many parts of the globe have experienced weather extremes since the beginning of the year. It includes the current monsoon and flooding in South Asia. APTN cameras recorded the ongoing flood damage and relief efforts in Bangladesh, Nepal and northern India. --Sent via *******heyspread**** : Upload videos to multiple sites quickly
25 Aug 2007
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