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Cleaning kits that are available include bleach, a mop, soap, and other supplies at the Red Cross disaster relief center set up at Glenwood Middle School after severe flooding in Findlay on December 23, 2013.

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Seth Hocking, right, 13, points out a friend's house that is submerged in flood water to Ellie Silver, left, on the end of Wilson St. The two do not live in the neighborhood but came out to visit family who live in the area.

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Matt Silver, left, Ellie Silver, center, and Seth Hocking, right, 13, look at the flood water that collected at the end of Wilson St.

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U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, left, and Findlay mayor Lydia Mihalak, right, look over a map of Findlay and the surrounding area that was flooded while in a meeting at the Findlay Municipal Building.

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U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, left, and Findlay mayor Lydia Mihalak, right, look over a map of Findlay and the surrounding area that was flooded.

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The flooding levels by time in the Findlay Municipal Building.

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Paul Schmelzer, Service-Safety Director of Findlay, speaks during a meeting with U.S. Sen. Rob Portman.

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Flooding on N. Main St. in Findlay.

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Flooding on N. Cory St. in Findlay.

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Sam Clear makes his way down N. Main Street after flooding in Findlay.

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Stephen Scherger, left, owner of Flag City Gaming at 134 N. Main St. in Findlay, shows Boun Kantabouth, right, the damage sustained by the flooding. Scherger said that he was able to save his merchandise by elevating all of the games and storing them in the back; however, the inside was damaged by the water.

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A car is submerged by flood water that overtook E. Sandusky near downtown Findlay.

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A park off of the 100 area of S. Main St. bridge is completely flooded in Findlay.

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U.S. Sen. Rob Portman, left, and Findlay mayor Lydia Mihalak, right, tour the Blanchard River that reached the edge of the overpass bridge located near 104 S. Main St.

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A passerby checks-out the flood water that over took E. Sandusky near downtown.

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The flood water takes over a restaurant near the corner of E. High St. and S. Blanchard St.

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A Santa doll is submerged next to mobile homes on S Blanchard St.

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Matt Silver, left, Ellie Silver, center, and Seth Hocking, right, 13, look at the flooded water that collected at the end of Wilson St. on December 23, 2013. The group do not live in the neighborhood but came out to visit family who live in the area.

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The flood water takes over E. High St. and S. Blanchard St.

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A garbage can and take out window are submerged in flood water on E. High St.

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Flood water engulfs the street in front of 337 Wilson St. in Findlay.

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Mike Phillips, left, gets a cleaning kit that includes bleach, a mop, soap, and other supplies at the Red Cross disaster relief center set up at Glenwood Middle School after severe flooding in Findlay. Volunteer Myra Sustae, right, gets kits for others that came in for emergency help.

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