News and Media: Disaster 4764

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Even if you have already begun repairing or replacing items that were damaged or destroyed during the severe storms and flooding that took place January 9-13, 2024, FEMA may be able to reimburse you for these expenses. Be sure to save your receipts.
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Mainers who live in Cumberland, Hancock, Knox, Lincoln, Sagadahoc, Waldo, Washington or York counties and had a privately-owned road or bridge damaged or destroyed by the severe storms and flooding that took place January 9-13, FEMA or the U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA) may provide financial assistance for replacement or repairs.
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FEMA offers Group Flood Insurance Policies to individuals who do not have flood insurance and have received assistance from FEMA after a presidentially declared disaster that included flooding.
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When natural disasters occur, it’s common to find people who want to take advantage of survivors by posing as official disaster aid workers or as relatives trying to help survivors complete their applications.
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The State of Maine and FEMA have opened a Disaster Recovery Center (DRC) in Washington County. The DRC is a temporary facility established to help survivors recover from the severe storms and flooding from January 9-13.
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