FEMA to help families affected by tornadoes in Douglas County
Douglas County - FEMA will be on hand to help families in Douglas County affected by the tornadoes and straight line winds on Thursday.
FEMA will be answering questions and taking damage reports. Even if you don't have insurance the Douglas County EMA says you should still apply for federal assistance.
A damage report can be filed for your home or vehicle to FEMA Thursday morning at 9:30 on South Prairie in Tuscola. If you are unable to attend you can apply over the phone at 1-800-621-3362 or on their website at www.disasterassistance.gov/
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