Ramos Court Flooding Victims Return to Homes

The residents who were affected by a flood on Ramos Court have begun to move back to their homes.

The homes of residents who live on Ramos Court in south-central El Paso were destroyed after a levee to a canal breach last month. The homes on Ramos Court were flooded and damaged by water. The residents and the city of El Paso put the blame on officials in the El Paso County Water Improvement District. They said that because they believe the El Paso Water improvement District caused the levee to break, causing the flood damage, they should bare the financial burden.

The general manager of the Water Improvement District agrees with the residents, but he claims it is the decision of the insurance company, Hartford Insurance. “There’s nothing else I can do for the people at this point,” Water Improvement District manager Jesus Reyes said. “Other than make phone calls to our insurance company, and hopefully they will get the issues resolved.”

Every home on Ramos Court required water extraction and carpet cleaning services. The homes were decimated by water damage.

To learn more about water extraction and water damage, please contact the Austin water extraction experts of WOW Total Cleaning by calling 512-291-0048.

 

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