There was a time not long ago when disasters would strike one at a time, and communities would have time to recover and rebuild. Today, however, there is a new normal regarding disasters, one in which most do not occur as isolated events and instead seem to pile on one another, often unleashing new devastation on a community before it has had a chance to recover from the prior disaster.

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