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"Eric. He was about seven or eight and the youngest ones exactly my son's age five years old and that was little Kevin s. So the kids were always very. Cheerful. As can be very happy running always going knocking on my door. Can you know junior play outside? They would always play with my son. My upstairs. Neighbor has a boy that's my sons ages while they were always playing together a little group of friends. She said her neighbor who she was good friends with was always smiling and gave no outward signs of depression. That's why everyone here at the complex is so shocked and devastated in San Jose. Why Colgan KCBS despite an estimated one hundred fifty million dollars in losses and over twenty six hundred properties damaged or destroyed. It's possible federal assistance may not be made available to flood victims along the Russian river CBS's. Jeffrey Schaub has more from Guerneville right now. The California office of emergency services is calculating the losses from the floods and determining whether to ask the president to declare a major emergency which would free up an array of services, financial and otherwise. But no matter FEMA could decline in part because while damage to properties was widespread only a fraction of those impacted are unlivable and a majority of property owners here have private flood insurance, which would disqualify. Qualify them from federal help Saddam a county supervisor David rabbit."