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When the words “flood damage” come to mind, many think of damaged basements and ruined carpet. A 25-year-old Iowa man, however, claimed he suffered from what many people this spring have had to deal with after the devastating storms: a damaged vehicle. 

Douglas McKim, of Colfax County, Iowa, filed a claim after his vehicle was allegedly damaged from area flooding in August of 2010. Those allegations were deemed false, however, and McKim will now have to fork over some cash rather than receiving any from an insurance payout.

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