In 1998, a report by an outside company outlined areas of Englewood that could be flooded during a so-called "100-year" storm. The map was rough, and the study acknowledged it shouldn't be used to …
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To donate to GoFundMe pages set up to support victims of the July 24 flood, visit the following pages:
• gofundme.com/support-sean-and-rachael-haber — In support of the husband of Rachael Marie Haber, 32, who died in the flood.
• gofundme.com/5vz8qts — In support of Cindy Hartman, who was displaced by the flood.
• gofundme.com/becky-and-ray-deal-flood — In support of Becky and Ray Deal, whose home was damaged in the flood, according to the page.
• gofundme.com/cunningham-flash-flood — In support of Doug Cunningham and his son, whose basement duplex unit was damaged in the flood.
Or visit bit.ly/2vVm7xJ for other fundraising accounts that may be listed regarding flood damage.
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