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This is a video of the flood in wilderness, South Africa, which is happening right now (2 August 2006). The river usually is a lot lower. The Floods affect most of Southern Cape. This is a video that i recorded outside my house.
A mosque is in flooding water at narmada river in india.
FIRST DAY RAINING...THE BAD FLOOD IN SOUTH MALAYSIA
This is a picture slide show of the flooding on June 28 06 in the Binghamton NY area.
A slide show of photos I took during the June 28 06 flooding. The susquehanna river crested 25' over flood stage. The water was so high and fast whole houses were floating down the river hitting the bridges.
Flooded road near Loudham, Suffolk. I got some water in the air intake and the engine switched to "get you home" mode to stop any damage. It was fine again after a minute or two.
the ciry on flood! oh no! run for you lifes!!
Coatesville Boys taking on flooded streams in Coatesville, New Zealand
This is Havarim River, in the Israeli desert, after a flood.
Water are running for a day now, and it does not look like it's going to stop.
Flood near Bauman Hostel,25 november,Russia,Moscow.Happy End=)
In 1977 Pineville, KY suffered the worst flood in it's history. Here are some views of the devastation.
Flood's Bar & Grill "One of the best places to be in Detroit."
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 www.floodsmart.gov
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