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Topic - Cameron Run
D.R. Horton is building 11 traditional single-family homes on 10,679-square-foot sites at Cottage Farm in Alexandria, near Landmark Mall, Cameron Run Regional Park, shops, restaurants and the Van Dorn Metro station.
Washington-area officials began assessing damage Friday from torrential rains that a day earlier flooded roadways and neighborhoods in the region, killing at least three people.
Heavy and relentless rain from remnants of Tropical Storm Lee on Thursday claimed at least three lives in the Washington area, closed the Capital Beltway and forced thousands of evacuations in Virginia and elsewhere along the East Coast as rivers and streams already swollen by Hurricane Irene spilled over their banks.