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Red Cross responds to Georgetown Apartment Flooding

Red Cross responds to Georgetown Apartment Flooding
The Georgetown area had recently received 5.5 inches of rain of the course of only 2 hours, saturating the ground and overwhelming sewers.

On Friday, July 12, the American Red Cross received a call from residents of an apartment building who were experiencing flooding. After volunteers arrived to the scene, they found water and sewage backed up into their apartments. The Georgetown area had recently received 5.5 inches of rain of the course of only 2 hours, saturating the ground and overwhelming sewers. The Red Cross assisted with the residents' emergency disaster caused needs and continue to work in collaboration with the building owners and city officials to help them return home.