People in Mississippi's capital Jackson are bracing for more flooding as the Pearl River continues to swell, authorities warn. The swollen Pearl River appears to have peaked in Mississippi's capital on Monday, but worried people still can't forget the water around their homes. As the floods ravage the South, forecasters expect the misery to continue as long as possible, with water flooding homes and businesses as far as Mississippi, Alabama and Georgia, and homes in Alabama, Georgia and Mississippi surrounded by water. People in Jackson and other parts of the Mississippi River Valley are bracing for more flooding as the rains - which swell the Pearl River - continue to rise.
Buckets and clean-up materials will be donated to the residents of the Pearl River affected by the flooding. Buckets and clean-up supplies will be donated to affected residents of Byersville, Mississippi and other parts of the Mississippi River Valley. Buckets and tidy supplies will not cause damage to homes or businesses in the area, but will be donated to residents affected by the Pearl River flooding, a statement said.
Donations are being sent to the Mississippi River Valley Disaster Management Agency in Ridgeland, Mississippi, and to Byersville and other parts of the Mississippi.
Mississippi Insurance Commissioner Mike Chaney said people with flood insurance - related issues - should call 1-800-562-2957. Mississippi Insurance Commissioner MikeChaney says flood-related questions should be called at (1) 800-562-2957 and (2) 888-743-4357.
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If the water damage continues, you should first remove all valuable items that may be accessible with water. Drying out a flooded basement can cost a homeowner between $500 and $10,000 or more, depending on the amount of damage and water in the basement and the type of damage. Damage to walls, floors, ceilings and other parts of your home can be repaired for about $100 to $300.
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