State asks FEMA to participate in damage assessment in Grafton County
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State emergency management officials have asked FEMA to conduct a joint federal-state preliminary damage assessment in Grafton County, which was hit by a powerful storm last week.
Over the past several days, teams of state and local officials have calculated more than $2 million in damage to roads and other infrastructure in southern Grafton County due to the July 11 storm, according to a statement issued by New Hampshire Homeland Security and Emergency Management. The next step is a preliminary damage assessment with both state emergency management officials and the Federal Emergency Management Agency.