Will Flash Flood Victims Get Federal Aid?

FEMA scheduled to arrive in Prince William County Thursday

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    The Holly Acres mobile home park -- after the flood.

    Help could be on the way for dozens of families who lost their homes in last week's flash flooding in northern Virginia.

    FEMA is scheduled to arrive in some of the hardest hit areas of Prince William County on Thursday to assess the damage.

    Clock Ticking for Prince William Co. Flood Victims to Find Shelter

    [DC] Clock Ticking for Prince William Co. Flood Victims to Find Shelter
    Desperation is growing for more than 150 mobile home residents in Prince William Count, Va.,y who lost everything in last week's floods. The county is shutting down a temporary shelter at the end of the week, but flood victims say they need more time to stay there and get back on their feet. (Published Tuesday, Sep 13, 2011)

    About 100 houses at the Holly Acres Mobile Home Park off Route 1 were condemned after last week’s storms. 

    Thirty-eight families from the mobile home park have been staying at a community-run recreation center, but that shelter is set to close on Friday.

    It’s not clear yet if they the residents will qualify for federal disaster relief.