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West Virginia Braces for additional Rain
U.S. News & World Report
The 1985 surges left 47 dead in West Virginia, over fifty percent of these in Pendleton and Grant areas. The Potomac River at Paw Paw crested 29 ft above ton stage. Greater than 3,500 homes, 180 companies and 43 bridges statewide were destroyed.
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