The Indiana Department of Homeland Security is asking state residents who sustained damage from recent storms and flooding to report it online.
The agency wants everyone with damage since June 13 to report it at its Web site, www.in.gov/dhs. Individuals are asked to provide their name, address, phone number and details of damage, including loss of personal property.
Agency Executive Director Joe Wainscott says it wants to receive the information quickly in case the state decides to pursue federal assistance. The information will be used to help the agency and local emergency management agencies provide a preliminary damage assessment.
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