A+ Automotive Re-Opens For Business After July 2017 Flooding In Freeport, Illinois

Freeport, Illinois — August 14, 2017 — We are happy to report that A+ Automotive on Highway 26 South in Freeport has re-opened today, August 14, 2017 after suffering major flood damage from the Flood of 2017. We’ve included a history of some of what A+ went through this past July below.

Welcome back A+ Automotive.

A+ Automotive reopens for business after 2017 flooding in Freeport, Illinois
A+ Automotive reopens for business after 2017 flooding in Freeport, Illinois

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Cleaning up today at A+ Automotive. If you’d like to help come on out. Located on Hwy 26 South.

Posted by Today In The Port on Saturday, July 29, 2017

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Land ho. A+Automotive sees dry ground but suffers tremendous loss.

Posted by Today In The Port on Tuesday, July 25, 2017

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Dunkin Donuts now has water at its doors. Water has risen to the shopping center businesses now. All businesses are…

Posted by Today In The Port on Sunday, July 23, 2017


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