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Mother's Day 2009 Flood: A Look Back - Part 4

There are 4 comments on the WYMT story from May 13, 2010, titled Mother's Day 2009 Flood: A Look Back - Part 4. In it, WYMT reports that:

Flood waters on Mother's Day weekend last year caused destruction throughout the region.

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Fed up

Chesterfield, MO

#1 May 14, 2010
Did anybody see Coon Campbell on the news? He was bragging about getting $30,000 for his business after the flood. He never had any flood damage and he's never spent any money on that nasty store. That's a front for something or a tax write off. He just got $30,000 for nothing.
Get Real

Booneville, KY

#2 May 14, 2010
Fed up wrote:
Did anybody see Coon Campbell on the news? He was bragging about getting $30,000 for his business after the flood. He never had any flood damage and he's never spent any money on that nasty store. That's a front for something or a tax write off. He just got $30,000 for nothing.
You must not have gone by his store after the flood. He certainly had damage. There was a tree sticking through his store and much other damage.
Yeah Get Real

Winchester, KY

#3 May 14, 2010
You must not have very good comprehension skills. It said "More than 30 thousand of that went to small business owners like Dennis Campbell." Dennis Campbell didn't get 30 thousand dollars, him as well as other small business owners got their own shares of the 30 thousand. To my knowledge though, he didn't get one cent for the the damage that was done to his store. So get a life.
Corey bailey

Richmond, KY

#5 Dec 22, 2012
I used to live in knott county but know I live in Floyd county and I had a very big bottom beside my house and it was like 20 feet deep and it on liked about 2 feet to be beside my house and there was a road right beside my house also and the road just about got flooded 2009 flood was awful

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