the Flood

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(Biblical) the great deluge that is said in the Book of Genesis to have occurred in the time of Noah

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UNCERTAIN FUTURE Despite the substantial growth of sandbars and beaches along several stretches of the Colorado as a result of the flood, the long-term stability of those features remains unclear.
In addition to offering additional advice on what to do after a flood, the site provides information on how to prepare for flood conditions, where to go to secure flood insurance, and helpful links offering additional resources.
25, 2013 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- Wright Flood, the federal flood insurance market share leader in both Florida and the nation, announced today a partnership with Southern Oak Insurance Company, a Florida, resident-owned residential property insurer since 2004, to market Southern Oak Flood Insurance.
New York Central Mutual Insurance has partnered with Wright Flood to offer their policyholders federal flood insurance written by Wright Flood, the industry leader with the single focus-flood insurance.
In what is being called a 500-year flood, the river rose to more than 53 feet Sunday, nearly twice the flood stage.
The London insurers contended that the only policies required to respond were those in effect at the time of the flood, the $1million primary policy, the $40 million first layer excess policy and the $10 million second layer excess policy underwritten by Continental.