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One Month Later, Flood Damage

Little has changed in the past few weeks outside this home in Santa Rosa County.
George Hebert's drive-way still in rubble, a wash-out caused by the flood

"Just can't park much in the driveway and were worried this is all going to collapse," said Hebert.

He says this is problem FEMA couldn't help fix. Because water never got into his house.

"Because we didn't get any flood damage all we could do was apply for an SBA loan," said Hebert.

There is a house a few miles away,  they're stayig with a friend the past few week while their home is being fixed.

"I was happy to have a friend like that. Fortunately he is single, we three, my wife and my daughter are staying there," said Joaquin Lubkowitz

He says FEMA has agreed to pay for more than half of the repairs to their home.
He hopes they can move back in within two weeks, but as for this driveway, Hebert says it could stay like this for a very long time.