Michigan Governor Requesting Federal Emergency Declaration Due To Flooding

Two Dams Burst Flooding Town Of Midland, Michigan

Two Dams Burst Flooding Town Of Midland, Michigan

Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer is asking President Trump for a federal emergency declaration to help the response to this week's catastrophic flooding in Midland County. 

The area was deluged by six to eight-inches of rain over 48 hours, causing two dams to fail. 

Whitmer says she plans to have a full briefing ready for the President before he arrives there today to tour a Ford factory that has been making respirators for the COVID-19 response efforts.

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