Ludeman Farm

WATERVILLE – Efforts to assist a Waterville family whose property was severely damaged in Saturday’s thunderstorms has moved online.

Regional resident Jeremy Anders launched a GoFundMe page on Sunday to help raise money for the Lundemans after their home, barn, outbuildings and surrounding farmland was flooded and impacted by a debris flow.

Water levels inside the residence and around the property were as high as four feet in places and are expected to be considered a total loss.

The Lundemans have no federal flood insurance and will be relying on assistance from the community in order to restore their home and lives back to normal.

At 5 p.m. on Tuesday, Aug. 13, the page indicated that just over $2,700 of the $10,000 goal had been raised by the generous donations of 26 individuals.

(2) comments

TaxMonkey

You think a real journalist would actually obtain the link to the gofund me page and add it to the story. I thought ifiber could do better, but apparently the world and herald still reign supreme.

HB

TaxMonkey,

They fired all but 3 news reporters. What do you expect from a failing news agency?

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