FEMA Advises Brazos Valley Residents to Register for Assistance

By: KBTX Staff Email
By: KBTX Staff Email

Hurricane Ike proved to be a devastating storm.

At least 33 deaths are blamed on the storm's powerful punch and hundreds of people remain missing.

Here in the Brazos Valley, residents escaped the hurricane's biggest blow, but thousands were left in the dark. Now, many of us are still recovering from life without electricity.

So, Thursday we sat down with the Federal Emergency Management Agency to find out how you can get the help you need.

To get in touch with FEMA call 1-800-621-FEMA or go online to FEMA.dot.gov.

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