The American president Joe Biden declared this Sunday a “major disaster” area. the provinces of affection Tornadoes produced in the state of Mississippi (Southern North America) last Friday, which killed at least 25 people.
Biden put it this way federal money is available for people’s feelings it hit Carroll, Humphreys, Monroe and Sharkey counties the most, where there was devastation, destroying all towns and infrastructure, and leaving thousands of people homeless.
The National Meteorological Service has warned that there is a great risk of large storms occurring in parts of the Church Eastern Louisiana, southern Mississippi, and southern Alabama; where also death
It indicates a prediction the greatest threat will be hail; although it does not exclude that it may happen strong winds and tornadoesHowever, according to the Mississippi Weather Service, tornadoes are not expected in the same area, but are possible in the southern part of the state.
With his speech, Biden ordered federal aid to supplement the recovery effort, since assistance that includes grants for temporary housing and home repairs, low-cost loans to cover uninsured property losses and elsewhere, to help people and businesses recover from the effects of the disaster.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) is the agency designated to coordinate federal recovery operations in affected areas, Biden explained, while damage assessment efforts continue in other areas and several provinces continue to assist recipients with completed assistance.
Governor of Mississippi Tate Reeves, who visited the affected area this Saturday and declared it an intense natural disaster; This Sunday, Biden thanked for federal support and for “recognizing the scale of the damage” and “quickly approving our disaster declaration.”
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According to the latest update from the State Emergency Services (MSEMA); So far, 25 deaths have occurred in Mississippi and dozens have been injured by the devastating tornadoes.“That was taken overnight on Friday.
The Mississippi Department of Public Health announced that donations are being accepted and items such as bottled water, canned food and paper are greatly appreciated.