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Emmonak, Alaska, July 15, 2013 -- At the local school, Ursela Kozersewkorf waits with her grandmother Ursula Kozersewkorf as the family registers with FEMA by calling the 1-800-621 FEMA (3362) number at a special meeting place for the Tribal Village members. FEMA is responding and has a team in place working with the State of Alaska and the designated Native American tribes to help business owners and individuals recover from the the disaster. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA
Emmonak, Alaska, July 15, 2013 -- At the local school, Ursela Kozersewkorf waits with her grandmother Ursula Kozersewkorf as the family registers with FEMA by calling the 1-800-621 FEMA (3362) number at a special meeting place for the Tribal Village members. FEMA is responding and has a team in place working with the State of Alaska and the designated Native American tribes to help business owners and individuals recover from the the disaster. Adam DuBrowa/ FEMA - Location: Emmonak, AK
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