DETROIT – Officials came together Saturday to discuss the flooding in Metro Detroit that has impacted families across the region.
The mayor of Dearborn Heights said an estimated 2,000 homes in the city have been impacted by the flooding.
Democratic congresswomen Debbie Dingell said she doesn’t know whether the federal government will provide any money. However, Dingell said FEMA is monitoring the damage.
Residents who have been impacted should report the damage as soon as possible.
Officials hope all damage from the flooding is reported by Monday. Dingell said the deadline is 10 a.m. Monday.
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For more head to ClickOnDetroit.com/HelpMeHank.