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Floods are the second most common of all natural disasters. Most communities in the United States have experienced some kind of flooding, after spring rains, heavy thunderstorms, or winter snow thaws.
According to FEMA statistics, more than 234 million dollars were paid to Ohio flood insurance policy holders since 1978. An average of about 12 million dollars per year in damages, caused by floods and water.
These statistics do not include uncovered damages and damages caused to uninsured property owners.
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