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An unfortunate result of most natural catastrophes is that victims of the disaster also are victims of misinformation. To help Texas flood victims determine what’s fact and what’s a rumor, the Federal Emergency Management Association (FEMA) has provided a guide to help flood victims and the public tell the difference.

Although the FEMA notice is intended for Texas residents and businesses, the information generally applies across the United States to all areas that have been declared disaster areas by the president.

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