Frank Schiano said he took this picture of his restaurant on Forest Drive on Sunday as it filled with floodwater.
Frank Schiano said he took this picture of his restaurant on Forest Drive on Sunday as it filled with floodwater. Photo provided by Frank Schiano
Frank Schiano said he took this picture of his restaurant on Forest Drive on Sunday as it filled with floodwater. Photo provided by Frank Schiano

Business owners count the costs of Midlands floods

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