Some Lebanon N.H. Residents Return Home After Flooding
Some residents of a badly damaged apartment complex in Lebanon, N.H., have been able to move back in after flash floods left the floors covered with mud and debris.
The Rivermere affordable housing complex recently had a ribbon cutting ceremony. But nearly 2 inches of rain fell on Lebanon in just 45 minutes on July 2, washing out some roads and covering others with mud.
Residents were moved from the 17 units of the complex that were already rented.
Fire Chief Chris Christopoulos told the Valley News that seven of the units remained uninhabitable and would be inspected on a case-by-case basis in the coming weeks.