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Disaster assessment in Okaloosa, Escambia, and Santa Rosa
We are getting a bigger picture of the amount of damage caused by last week's flooding here along the gulf coast.
Escambia County officials estimate more than 3200 homes and businesses were damaged and about 20-million dollars worth of public infrastructure.
In Santa Rosa County 782 homes and 51 businesses were damaged by the flood waters.
County leaders estimate those losses at more than 8-million dollars.
FEMA's preliminary assessment on Okaloosa County flood damage.
The estimated damage total is 12.4 million dollars.
About 9-million of that is public infrastructure damage.
The cost of damage to homes is 3.3 million dollars.