Neighbors pitch in, officials investigate after Murray canal breach
Friends and strangers help flood victims as canal company officials investigate possible causes.
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Goodman estimated there were about 75 volunteers near his home, most of whom were strangers to him. The volunteers showed up with equipment, barbecues, pizza, tents and other supplies. Goodman called the people who showed up "amazing" and "phenomenal," though he added that losing so much is still difficult.
"My wife and I are up and down," he said. "One minute we’re doing fine the next minute we’re not."
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