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Claims News Service, Nov. 28, 11:25 a.m. EST — After Hurricane Katrina, flood-damaged cars in Louisiana’s hardest-hit parishes were left sitting in water contaminated with e-coli and fuel for up to four weeks before insurance companies could get in and start pulling them out, according to The Progressive Group of Insurance Companies. Environmental officials advised that these cars could be decontaminated by washing with soap and water or a combination of water and bleach.


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