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U.S. study expands number of homes in L.A. River flood zone, requiring more owners to buy insurance

Federal officials have expanded their estimate of the number of homes and businesses along the Los Angeles River that could be inundated by a flood north of downtown. More than 3,000 parcels near the L.A. River could be submerged by an average of 5 to 10 feet of water when a 100-year flood hits,...
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