FEMA Officials Still In Duluth

Monday, July 16th, 2012 at 6:03 am

FEMA officials in Duluth have extended their stay. Originally planning to leave on Saturday, FEMA officials told the Associated Press that they wanted to stay for several days extra to allow homeowners in the area some additional time to report damage. FEMA was sent in to Minnesota by President Obama to assess the damage and double-check the numbers tabulated by local officials.

FEMA officials added that in order to qualify for any sort of aid, homeowners need to contact their emergency contact managers and report their damage. To contact an emergency contact manager, go to your county’s website, or contact officials at your city hall or your local fire station.

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