INDIANA (WTHI) - More Indiana counties are now part of an emergency disaster declaration.
Governor Eric Holcomb added four counties to the list on Tuesday.
The declaration is due to the recent widespread flooding. There are now 22 counties in total included in the disaster declaration.
This allows counties to get help with extra resources and federal aid.
You can report flooding damage through the State's Department of Homeland Security.
For more information, click here!
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