The beating Nebraska has obtained from bad storms from mid-May has prompted an additional disaster declaration and aid application procedure for its flood victims.
Gov. Pete Ricketts announced the new disaster declaration for storm damage that has occurred since May 16. Flooding, hail, strong winds, torrential rains, and tornadoes have pummeled the state since mid-May. In March, a powerful blizzard and historical flooding prompted an earlier disaster declaration.
Federal aid applications for this period were limited to damage that occurred between March 9 and April 1. Hence there was a new declaration required to file for destroyed or damaged items that have happened in May and June.… Read More
Hours after a destructive tornado ripped through Alabama in March; President Donald Trump decided to use Twitter to assure that the state would get “A Plus treatment” from the federal government. As local officials start their recovery in town, the residents can start calling the hotline for Alabama disaster relief information.
However, the president strongly worded promise — and his determination to see the state on Friday, just days following the storms there killed 23 people — marked a sharp contrast with all the rhetoric he’s used recently to describe disasters in bluer regions of the nation, where he regularly criticizes local leaders and threatens to draw federal aid.… Read More
We all have heard about natural disasters and their devastating effects. However, most of us don’t have much experience with them. Powerful forces of nature cause these catastrophes which further affect lives of millions of people each year. Disaster relief is then needed which requires money, so crowdfunding is a new method to raise money for those areas devastated.
They are so powerful that they can displace an entire community overnight or even destroy landscapes beyond recognition. It is unfortunate that these disasters are unpreventable and occur worldwide.
When it comes to inflicting long-term effects, natural disasters are perfect at that. They are associated with severe weather conditions and natural processes whose impact on the environment, economy, and society lasts for a long period.… Read More
Mother Nature is full of beautiful things; both animate and inanimate. On the other side of the coin, Mother Nature is often the source of devastation and destruction. Natural disasters have existed since the beginning of time.
According to environmentalists and other researchers, disasters are bound to increase in prevalence simply because of climate change. Common disasters include; heat waves, floods, earthquakes, hurricanes and severe storms.… Read More