Millions In Damage, But Majority Of Homeowners In Swamped Wisconsin County Without Flood Coverage

 Thursday, September 6, 2018

 Wisconsin State Journal

Damage from the historic rainfalls that drenched Dane County in the past two weeks have topped $154 million. County officials estimate 1,544 residences were affected by the flooding, including five that were destroyed and 302 with major damage. Insurance covered only about 2 percent of the $78.3 million in residential damage that occurred between Aug. 17 and Sept. 3, according to an estimate submitted to Wisconsin Emergency Management. The flooding also caused more than $39 million in damage to public infrastructure and buildings.
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