FEMA and SEMA say two disaster recovery centers will open in state
State and federal disaster officials says that two disaster recovery centers will open this week in areas that were hard hit by winter storms and flooding. Federal and State Emergency Management agencies say one will open tomorrow in the north-central city of Kokomo. They say the other is set to open Tuesday in the southern city of Bedford. FEMA and SEMA say both centers will serve those that suffered damages, beginning January first and onward, from severe winter storms and flooding. Federal officer Ron Sherman says those who suffered damages can learn options for repairing or rebuilding. Sherman says information is useful to all. He says anyone can find out ways to avoid future damages from severe storms and flooding.
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