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Thousands of critically displaced Saipan residents have begun clean-up efforts after Typhoon Soudelor ravaged the island in the Western Pacific ocean. With winds measuring up to 105 mph when the storm hit, the Category 2 typhoon left hundreds of people homeless and most of the island’s 53,000 residents to dispose of damaged property. Texas residents were faced with the same dilemma following a spring flooding that was declared a major disaster by President Obama. Flood waters destroyed many homes in San Marcos, requiring residents to clean up debris and other waste products before rebuilding. In addition to spoiled food and damaged furniture, they also may be faced with hazardous chemicals.

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