In August of 1962, the Army Corps of Engineers estimated that some 5,000 communities were prone to floods in the United States. Six years later, on August 1, 1968, the National Flood Insurance Act was created.
It was designed to provide flood insurance to qualifying communities. Today, insurance remains one of the strongest means of protection against the financial ruin and quality of life disruption posed by floods. It is estimated that some 41 million Americans are exposed to flood risks.
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