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The city of Nashville expects total damage from flooding that began in early May to surpass the billion-dollar mark.

That is according to Nashville Mayor Karl Dean, who stated in a release that the city “has identified [more than] $1.5 billion in property damage throughout Davidson County.” That dollar figure does not include public buildings, or any building contents. At press time, there were no estimates for damages insured by the National Flood Insurance Program (NFIP).

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