New Extension For Missouri River Flood Claims
December 1, 2011, 12:22 PM
PIERRE, SD -
People along the Missouri River who have flood insurance have been given an additional 60 days to file claims for this year's flooding.
South Dakota Public Safety officials announced the National Flood Insurance Program extension on Thursday.
Similar extensions were granted earlier. Flood victims now have about eight months to file claims rather than the typical two months.
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