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Tropical Storm Isaias Damage Reporting

Delaware Emergency Management Agency | Kent County | New Castle County | News | Sussex County | Weather | Date Posted: Tuesday, August 4, 2020



Smryna – The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) Emergency Operations Center is requesting that Delaware residents with damage to their properties fill out the following survey report linked below.  This information is important to help determine eligibility for a disaster declaration.  

Delaware Damage Report – Click Here

Residents with severe damage or other direct evidence of a tornado should also contact the National Weather Service.  Instructions here National Weather Service Storm Report

 

Treat all downed power lines like they are live and do not drive under damaged power lines.  Contact the utility provider to report outages and downed power lines.  Do not drive through flood water or around barricades, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown”.

Follow Delaware Emergency Management Agency on Facebook and Twitter.

Contact: Jeff Sands, Delaware Emergency Management Agency, 302-659-2211.

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Tropical Storm Isaias Damage Reporting

Delaware Emergency Management Agency | Kent County | New Castle County | News | Sussex County | Weather | Date Posted: Tuesday, August 4, 2020



Smryna – The Delaware Emergency Management Agency (DEMA) Emergency Operations Center is requesting that Delaware residents with damage to their properties fill out the following survey report linked below.  This information is important to help determine eligibility for a disaster declaration.  

Delaware Damage Report – Click Here

Residents with severe damage or other direct evidence of a tornado should also contact the National Weather Service.  Instructions here National Weather Service Storm Report

 

Treat all downed power lines like they are live and do not drive under damaged power lines.  Contact the utility provider to report outages and downed power lines.  Do not drive through flood water or around barricades, “Turn Around, Don’t Drown”.

Follow Delaware Emergency Management Agency on Facebook and Twitter.

Contact: Jeff Sands, Delaware Emergency Management Agency, 302-659-2211.

image_printPrint


A graphic of a storm

Stay apprised in real time by email of hazardous weather conditions in Delaware when a news release posts on news.delaware.gov concerning events like snow, ice, blizzards or hurricanes.

Here you can subscribe to future weather updates.