Iowa flood victims get disaster aid extension

DES MOINES, Iowa -- Iowans effected by flooding this past spring have still more time to ask for financial assistance.

Iowa Governor Kim Reynolds has extended existing disaster emergency proclamations for flooding and severe weather that began in March. State resources to be used to recover from the severe weather for an additional 30 days--through August 9th.

Also, the Federal Emergency Management Agency now says people in Muscatine County are eligible for individual assistance. It adds the county to a Presidential Disaster Declaration for severe weather and flooding in March.


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