LAFAYETTE, Ind, (WLFI) - The Indiana Department of Homeland Security (IDHS) is asking Hoosiers who sustained flood damage to their home or business to report it.
The reports will be used to help IDHS and local emergency management agencies determine whether federal assistance will be pursued.
IDHS is asking those affected by the severe weather and flooding that occurred beginning on April 17, 2013 to make a report. You can report damage online via the IDHS website.
Also on its website, IDHS has information on flood awareness and how to stay prepared in the event of a flood. Did you know flooding is the most common natural disaster in the U.S.? Do you know if you live in a flood plain? Find answers to your questions from IDHS' "Flooding Fact Sheet."
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