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Clemson provides South Carolina flood disaster recovery tips online

Clemson University Extension has posted straightforward instructions for coping with flood damage in South Carolina, from water safety to salvaging buildings.

October 6, 2015

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As the floodwaters recede in South Carolina, recovery requires information. Clemson University Extension has posted straightforward instructions for coping with flood damage on its website, from water safety to insurance claims to salvaging agricultural buildings.

The site includes links with instructions for what to do when re-entering a flooded home, food and water safety in a home without power, drying out furnishings and other essential information for overcoming the effects of the flood.

Links to health department and other sources also are readily available.

Land-grant universities across the Cooperative Extension Service system shared their resources to pull together the information, which will be continually updated.

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