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Challenges Of Rebuilding For Pajaro, Six Months After Community Was Flooded

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Pajaro Rebuild
Tomas Garcia Sr. sits in the living room of his home of nearly 40 years. His son believes the stress of the last six months has made his health issues more severe. (Photo by: Jerimiah Oetting/KAZU)

Pajaro Residents Face Difficult Road Ahead

This week marks six months since powerful storms flooded the small farming community of Pajaro in Santa Cruz County, after its aging levee system failed. The community is still facing major challenges with rebuilding.
Reporter: Jerimiah Oetting, KAZU

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