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Flooding - Olive Hill, Ky. , June 2, 2010 -- FEMA Community Relations specialist Connie Lewis talks with flood victim Stan Tackett about recovery programs available through FEMA. Devastating floods in early May wiped out the entire business district and many residences. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Flooding - Olive Hill, Ky. , June 2, 2010 -- FEMA Community Relations specialist Connie Lewis talks with flood victim Stan Tackett about recovery programs available through FEMA. Devastating floods in early May wiped out the entire business district and many residences. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

 
 
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Title: FEMA Community Relations at a front door in Olive Hill Kentucky

Production Date: 06/02/2010

Caption: Olive Hill, Ky. , June 2, 2010 -- FEMA Community Relations specialist Connie Lewis talks with flood victim Stan Tackett about recovery programs available through FEMA. Devastating floods in early May wiped out the entire business district and many residences. Photo by Liz Roll/FEMA

Photographer Name: Liz Roll

City/State: Olive Hill, KY

Disasters: Kentucky Severe Storms, Flooding, Mudslides, and Tornadoes (DR-1912)

Disaster Types: Flooding

Categories: Community Relations ^ Recovery
Photographs Relating to Disasters and Emergency Management Programs, Activities, and Officials

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