In the wake of the tornadoes that swept through the state, state emergency officials are working hard to document all the damages caused by the severe weather. Public Safety Director Mark James says the State Emergency Management Agency is being joined by federal counterpart FEMA and the Small Business Administration as the various regions of Missouri are being inspected. State officials say they have confidence in FEMA and its ability to help out. Once the assessments are completed, the FEMA’s regional office in Kansas City will endorse the findings and forward the report to FEMA headquarters in Washington. The report will then go to the White House.
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