Flood toll estimates rises

August 1997
Business Insurance;08/18/97, Vol. 31 Issue 33, p2
Reports that the cost of flood damage to the Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colorado is higher than was originally estimated. Amount estimated for cost of repairs; Total which state of Colorado has in flood coverage insurance; Other structures which suffered damage in Fort Collins.


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