Glimpse The Devastation Of West Virginia’s Buffalo Creek Flood In This Tragic Footage From 1972
West Virginia has experienced more than her share of tragedy. And earning a place high on the list of her many terrible disasters was the Buffalo Creek Flood that occurred in February of 1972 in Logan County.
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Did you live through the Buffalo Creek Flood, or do you remember hearing about it at the time? Effects of disasters such as the Buffalo Creek Flood, or the Monongah Mining Disaster, or any number of others West Virginians have faced linger on in memory and in life experience for generations.
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