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March 6, 2007

Americus -- An insurance company is struggling to clean up their own mess while they assist customers with damages.

The Baldwin Insurance Company was reduced to a pile of rubble during Thursday's storms.  The business insures several medical businesses that were also devastated.  The company was able to salvage their hard drives from the back of the building.

"Our companies are here, our company representatives are here and our people will be taken care of, and actually there are some things we salvaged from here  and with the help of some friends we are setting up an office downtown," said Wayne Arrington of the Baldwin Insurance Company.

Thirteen people had worked in the building and are now working from their homes.  The Independent agency offers insurance through Travelers, Grange and Safe Co.


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