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Private investigator Darrell Heady outside the office on Jefferson Street he had during the 2008 flood. Scott Roberson / Daily Journal
Vehicles sit in flood water near the intersection King and Breckenridge streets in Franklin. FILE PHOTO
Years after the severe flooding of June 2008, a Franklin business owner is in a new office on a second floor.
Now surrounded by new equipment, Darrel Heady of Marshall Investigations has seen his clients come back.
In June 2008 he lost more than $20,000 worth of cameras, recording equipment, computers and files when about 5 feet of sludgy water flooded his Jefferson Street office. He wasn’t required to have flood insurance and didn’t.
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