Homeowners and businesses begin recovery from flood

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Homeowners and businesses begin recovery from flood

Residents concerned about more monsoonal rains
Apryl Fry walks through her living room Wednesday as her daughter, Abby, 4, comes in from playing outside. The Frys, including Abby’s brother, Ryin, 8, are facing a major cleanup before their unit at the Animas Village Apartments if fully repaired. Tuesday’s flood water came through the front door, leaving a couple of inches of mud and debris.
Flood resources

La Plata County has several links to documents about floods after wildfires, including the Burned Area Emergency Response team summary of the 416 Fire, debris flow probability map, soil burn severity map, and much more. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2LA3PvR.The United States Department of Agriculture’s Emergency Watershed Protection Program provides assistance to residents whose property has sustained damage from natural disasters, including flooding after a wildfire. For more information, visit https://bit.ly/2iKDah0.

Homeowners and businesses begin recovery from flood

Apryl Fry walks through her living room Wednesday as her daughter, Abby, 4, comes in from playing outside. The Frys, including Abby’s brother, Ryin, 8, are facing a major cleanup before their unit at the Animas Village Apartments if fully repaired. Tuesday’s flood water came through the front door, leaving a couple of inches of mud and debris.
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