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Preliminary Report: 9 Pasco Homes Destroyed by Hermine

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With the assessment about 60 percent complete, Pasco officials said they’ve found 825 homes and properties affected by Hurricane Hermine.

PASCO COUNTY – The county’s human needs and damage assessment teasm have toured about 60 percent of the areas in western Pasco County affected by Hurricane Hermine and the continuing rainfall.

As of 6:30 p.m. Monday (Sept. 5), Pasco County emergency management officials have found 825 homes and properties impacted by the storm broken down as follows:

AFFECTED – 322 – properties that had storm-related issues that didn’t necessarily cause damage, i.e., downed trees, yard flooding, etc.

MINOR DAMAGE – 197 – homes that have flooding with water up to the electrical sockets; homes that have downed trees touching the roof

MAJOR DAMAGE – 297 – homes that have flooding with water from the electrical sockets up to doorknobs; homes that have trees through the roof

DESTROYED – nine – homes that have flooding with water above doorknobs; homes that have part of the roof or walls missing due to falling trees

More than 350 Pasco County government employees and volunteers turned out Monday to help and to conduct human needs and damage assessments. Pasco County emergency management is expected to finish documenting damage today.

Residents should report storm-related damage to Pasco County Customer Service at (727) 847.2411 or email at customerservice@pascocountyfl.net.

For information about Pasco County, go to pascocountyfl.net.

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