Flooding in Hereford

Jun 30, 2008 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: MyHighPlains.com

Deaf Smith county and the Red Cross are teaming up to help people who have suffered from flooding this weekend in Hereford.

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FLOOD VICTIM

Dallas, TX

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Aug 5, 2008
 
IF anyone out there can help with information on who to contact about getting this problem fixed please contact me via this forum. It is August 5th and we are still making repairs to pur home. This situation does not end when the media forgets about it, it continues for all affected. 12 People in this area cannot get insured and have to deal with all costs out of pocket. I myself are grateful for the help some local churches and Red Cross provided, but this did not solve the problem. We will continue to flood and lose our homes, my consern goes especially to the elderly people that live on my street, which all they wan tis to live in their home till they die. This is not too much to ask. They have worked hard and deserve it. Please if anyon ehas information please contact me on this website.
Lydia

Arlington, TX

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Aug 20, 2008
 
I too want to express concern on flooding homes in Hereford in the area of San Jose. My parents live there and this year their home has been flooded twice in less than a month. I had heard that some individual remarked that it is the people's fault since they will not move. Well if these people could afford to move I am sure they would. I agree something has to be done so there people don't lose their homes. And after this is over we should continue to work on a solution and not just forget since all is back in order because it's only a matter of time before this happens again. The county should make an extra efford to ensure the water is routed before it overflows to the surrounding homes. We need to pull together and complain until something is done so people fixing there homes on the only property they own is lost again.
Fidencia

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Aug 29, 2008
 
I am looking to seek help from the state, but in all the mess we have going on i can only do so much . I need help. We are also without a home and have been staying at a friends home, but we need a place of our own. If you would like to help research information and keep in contact my email is fidichon@ yahoo. All the help given will be greatly appreciated. Thank You
Lydia wrote:
I too want to express concern on flooding homes in Hereford in the area of San Jose. My parents live there and this year their home has been flooded twice in less than a month. I had heard that some individual remarked that it is the people's fault since they will not move. Well if these people could afford to move I am sure they would. I agree something has to be done so there people don't lose their homes. And after this is over we should continue to work on a solution and not just forget since all is back in order because it's only a matter of time before this happens again. The county should make an extra efford to ensure the water is routed before it overflows to the surrounding homes. We need to pull together and complain until something is done so people fixing there homes on the only property they own is lost again.
Fidencia

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Aug 29, 2008
 
I am looking to seek help from the state, but in all the mess we have going on i can only do so much . I need help. We are also without a home and have been staying at a friends home, but we need a place of our own. If you would like to help research information and keep in contact my email is fidichon@ yahoo. All the help given will be greatly appreciated. Thank You
worried

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Nov 25, 2012
 
I have recenty moved to Tupsley, hereford and people have started putting sand bangs out, I'm worried how bad is the chance of flooding in tupsley? And where abouts should be the worst effeced by the floods?

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