DOH: Flood damage costs have risen to over $10.7 million

CHARLESTON, W.Va. (WDTV) -- The West Virginia Division of Highways released an updated report on damage costs caused by flooding July 28 and 29.

Due to the addition of damages costs in Tyler County, the overall cost has increased to over $10.7 million.

The division says these numbers could change as assessment continues.

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