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pohara
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Pictures of Hurricane Floyd or damage caused by?????
      Thu Jul 22 2004 09:55 PM

I need to find pictures taken of any damage that was caused by Hurricane Floyd in Central FL in 1999. Does anyone know how I would go about finding this?? It can be pics of even of minor damage (i.e. your backyard, for insurance reasons) Please help :-) You can also email me at luvtodanz@earthlink.net if you have any info.
Thanks in advance!

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