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Strict building codes and the preparedness of millions of Chileans have been credited with the low death toll after an 8.2-magnitude earthquake rumbled off the coast of northern Chile this week.
When the flooding stops, the cleanup begins.
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There are many detailed sources of information available online from government and non-profit agencies on how to survive and then deal with the aftermath of natural or manmade disasters.
Bowing to citizen pressure, the Erie, Colorado, Board of Trustees has abandoned an idea to grant its urban renewal authority the power to seize homes.
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Warm weather and wet conditions made every pile of trash a moldy health risk that had to be taken care of as quickly as possible. The city and county governmenst stepped in to provide extra resources to help clean up the area.
Often the most important things flood victims want or need to save are the toughest to salvage such as paper documents, old photos, and other media.
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