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2 Years Ago, A Flash Flood Destroyed Her Business. Now It's Happened Again

Torrential rain triggered deadly floods this week across the South, including in Ellicott City, Maryland, where a National Guardsman died when a wall of water came rushing down Main Street.

Here & Now‘s Peter O’Dowd speaks with Angie Tersiguel (@atersiguel), an Ellicott City resident and owner of Tersiguel’s French Country Restaurant on Main Street, about the latest flash flood, the second in two years.

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