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[Severe Storms and Flooding] Agency, MO, 6-23-2007 -- Community Relations Specialists Luis Miranda and Richard Farrington and Buchanam Co EMA Director talk with Flood Victim Renter Ronnie Gregg who may qualify for FEMA Aid.  Community Relations Specialists are in the flood damaged area to let people know about registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program.  Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

[Severe Storms and Flooding] Agency, MO, 6-23-2007 -- Community Relations Specialists Luis Miranda and Richard Farrington and Buchanam Co EMA Director talk with Flood Victim Renter Ronnie Gregg who may qualify for FEMA Aid. Community Relations Specialists are in the flood damaged area to let people know about registering for FEMA aid that may be available to them under the Individual Assistance Program. Marvin Nauman/FEMA photo

 
 

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