PEMA to submit flood damage report in Harrisburg next week

    Inspectors with the Pennsylvania Emergency Management Agency have begun to assess flood damage in Harrisburg.

    The Patriot-News reports the inspectors are assessing the damage to public structures and properties from flooding earlier this month.

    A damage status assessment is expected to be delivered to Mayor Linda Thompson and the city’s emergency response team manager, Fire Chief Robert Talloni next week, according to the report.

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