Recovery centers open this week to help Oklahoma storm victims
Three disaster recovery centers will open this week in Carter, Okfuskee and Seminole counties to assist victims of Oklahoma's May 10-13 storms and tornadoes.
Three new disaster recovery centers will open this week to aid victims of the May 10-13 storms.The centers will be open seven days a week in Carter, Okfuskee and Seminole counties. Anyone who needs help or support is invited to stop by. Specialists from several agencies, including the Federal Emergency Management Agency and the U.S. Small Business Administration, will be available to answer questions, help with paperwork and provide information about other resources. The agencies offer a variety of disaster assistance to qualifying homeowners, business owners and renters.
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