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Flood Relief Nearing $2-Million

Flood Relief Nearing $2-Million



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(KSL News) -- Money raised for flood relief in southern Utah is nearing the two Million dollar mark.

In January the rivers came way out of their banks, cut new courses and took out everything in their path, including some very expensive homes.

The Virgin River-Santa Clara River Flood Relief fund has topped 1.9 Million dollars. Already about 115-thousand in relief checks have been signed and are starting to go out to the victims.

A second printing of a book and DVD set documenting the floods will bring in more money. The first ten-thousand sets sold out in weeks.

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