Gloucester, Norfolk start clean up process after flooding

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Norfolk and Gloucester, Va. – The sun shining, combined with dry roads and yards, have made a perfect combination to start the clean up process after major flooding throughout the Tidewater region.

Nadeen Yanes took a look at sections in Norfolk that were hit the hardest by coastal flooding.  The clean up is keeping businesses very busy.  Residents say the tides on Tuesday are the lowest they have been in days, which has helped give them enough time to clean up debris left behind.

Marissa Jasek went to Gloucester, residents are starting to fix damages to their property caused by floods.

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