The City of Lynchburg's budget always includes money for emergencies.
But, they say with the April tornado costing them millions of dollars and now with the flash flooding, they're running out of money to clean up.
The preliminary estimate is $9.3 million in flood damages. The city says that is only counting damage to roads, bridges and the city's water control facilities.
It doesn't include costs of swift water rescues, extra emergency personnel or the cost of a redesign of the College Lake Dam.
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