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Storm damage from Maria's passage being assessed

Posted: Jul 10, 2018 11:07 AM Updated:

How did you weather the storm?

Guam Homeland Security and other government support agencies are conducting an island-wide Preliminary Damage Assessment following Tropical Storm Maria.

Disaster program manager for the American Red Cross, David Peredo, says their assessment focused on houses damaged up north, saying, "towards Yigo and Dededo and based on our assessment we visited 8 clients some of them that have a major destroy of their structure as well as minor effects."

Those that have suffered a financial burden from the aftermath can make submit their assessments.

Business owners are asked to turn them in to the Bureau of Statistics and Plans. Farmers who experienced crop loss are asked to contact the Department of Agriculture.

Any GovGuam or Private Non-Profit Organizations submitting assessments can turn them in to Guam Homeland.

Others can report damages to your respective Mayor's Office.

The deadline to submit all assessments is by close of business tomorrow, July 11th.

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