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2 families suing over 2011 Pittsburgh flash floods

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PITTSBURGH (AP) — Surviving relatives of four people killed in flash flooding in Pittsburgh in August 2011 have sued several government and private entities claiming the deaths could have been prevented. Mary Saflin, 72, of Oakmont, was swept from outside her vehicle into a sewer conduit, while Kimberly Griffith, 45, and her daughters, Brenna, 12, and Mikaela, 8, drowned in their minivan when...

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