WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The government-run U.S. flood insurance program had already received 35,000 claims as of noon on Wednesday as a result of catastrophic flooding in Texas, according to the program’s director.
“This is a very fast clip for them to move,” said Roy Wright, deputy associate administrator for insurance and mitigation at the Federal Emergency Management Agency who runs the flood insurance program.
Reporting by Julia Harte. Writing by Ginger Gibson.; Editing by Chizu Nomiyama