Emergency Declaration in North Dakota Expanded to Address Missouri River Flooding (ContributorNetwork) – 1764th Edition

30 05 2011

ContributorNetwork – The Federal Emergency Management Agency announced Saturday that seven additional counties in North Dakota and an Indian reservation have been added to the state’s Federal Emergency Declaration, expanding the total counties included to 21 and reservations to two. The declaration was originally issued on Apr. 7 by President Obama to provide disaster aid in response to Missouri River flooding two days earlier. Ten federal disasters have been declared in the state in the past five years.
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