FEMA Officials Tour Duluth Flood Damage
Federal officials got their first look Thursday at the flood damage in Duluth.
Officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) toured several neighborhoods where water washed out roads and flooded homes.
They also received information from city and county leaders about how much it may cost to fix the damage. That information will then be passed on to Governor Dayton and President Obama.
A state disaster declaration could lead to aid from FEMA and help for residents whose homes were flooded.
One city official tells 5 EYEWITNESS News disaster aid could begin to arrive in about three months.