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Governor Gretchen Whitmer declared a State of Emergency in Wayne County due to severe flooding last weekend. If you were impacted, here’s some useful information.

Detroit is using a hotline to collect information that will be used for claims when disaster relief financial help is available. Those impacted by flooding should call 313-267-8000.

The Federal Emergency Management Administration will also update to victims at 5 p.m. Monday (June 28). They’ll make an appearance with the City of Detroit Department of Neighborhoods.

The Red Cross has two shelters open, one in Detroit and the other in Ann Arbor, for residents in metro Detroit impacted by flooding. The locations are at the Butzel Family Center at 7737 Kercheval St. in Detroit and at Pioneer High School at 601 W Stadium Blvd. in Ann Arbor. If you need shelter, you can also call 1-800 Red-Cross.

The state hotline for more information about emergencies, such as flooding, is 2-1-1. For more information, go here.

For information from the state on on flood insurance, go here.

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