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Flood After Fire Risks

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Floods are the number one natural disaster in the United States. People need to know they can take steps to reduce the financial impact of flooding before disaster strikes. One important step is to understand your risk. Wildfires dramatically change landscape and ground conditions, which can lead to increased risk of flooding due to heavy rains, flash flooding and mudflows.
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