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Officials Asking for More Damage Reports Following Nov. Storms

The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and local county emergency management agencies are renewing a call for damage reports, following this November's storms. The state is preparing to appeal the federal government's decision against declaring Howard County a major disaster area. So now, homeland security is urging anyone who hasn't reported damage in any county from the November 17th storm to do so. We have a link online at mywabashvalley.com.
The Indiana Department of Homeland Security and local county emergency management agencies are renewing a call for damage reports, following this November's storms.

The state is preparing to appeal the federal government's decision against declaring Howard County a major disaster area.

So now, homeland security is urging anyone who hasn't reported damage in any county from the November 17th storm to do so.

Losses can include home damage and loss of personal property.

As part of Indiana's appeal, homeland security officials have requested joint preliminary damage assessments for other severely affected counties, including Daviess.

Damage can be reported by clicking here.

For questions, contact your county emergency management agency. Local agencies’ contact information is available here.
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