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Volunteers and state officials work to cleaning up debris Thurday March 1, 2012 that was deposited in the area by Wednesday's flooding in the Winfield Community near Fairmont in Marion County W. Va. According to officials on sence there were at least  two out buildings a fifth wheeler camper, a car and a truck buried in the debris.  W.Va Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin issued a state of emergency proclamation for Marion County, W.Va. (AP Photo/Times West Virginian, Tammy Shriver)
Photo by: Tammy Shriver
Volunteers and state officials work to cleaning up debris Thurday March 1, 2012 that was deposited in the area by Wednesday's flooding in the Winfield Community near Fairmont in Marion County W. Va. According to officials on sence there were at least two out buildings a fifth wheeler camper, a car and a truck buried in the debris. W.Va Gov. Earl Ray Tomblin issued a state of emergency proclamation for Marion County, W.Va. (AP Photo/Times West Virginian, Tammy Shriver)

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