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Does flood insurance typically cover flash flooding?

Yes, always
In most cases
In some cases
No, never
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Question: Does flood insurance typically cover flash flooding?
Top Answer (47% of 19 votes): Yes, always.

Answer: Yes, always
Explanation: The definition of a flood is when two or more properties are damaged by a body of water that engulfs an area. It could be caused by the overflow of a dam or embankment, a severe storm, or a snowcap ice melt that flows water into a valley of buildings. The key is that there must be at least to properties that are damaged by these waters to be considered a flood.
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Answer: In most cases
Explanation: Yes
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