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A West Virginia town still rebuilding after 7 years of devastating floods

West Virginia town still rebuilding 7 years after devastating floods – CBS News

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White Sulfur Springs, West Virginia, has played host to 28 American presidents and British royalty, thanks in part to the popular Greenbrier Resort. But a 1,000-year flood in 2016 killed 13 people and nearly wiped the town off the map. Scott MacFarlane takes a look at how the city has recovered after seven years.

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