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Gov. Holcomb Visits Clark, Jefferson And Dearborn Counties To Tour Flood Damage
Updated February 27, 2018 7:08 AM
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(INDIANAPOLIS) - Monday, Indiana Governor Eric Holcomb and Department of Homeland Security Director Bryan Langley toured recent flood damage in Clark, Jefferson and Dearborn counties.

They met with local officials to learn about response and recovery efforts underway.


Gov. Holcomb started his day in Clark County at the Utica Town Hall, where he met with local volunteers, emergency response workers and citizens affected by flooding in the region.


Gov. Holcomb surveys flood damage in Jefferson County on his way to Madison, Indiana to meet with local officials and first responders.


Gov. Holcomb ended his tour Monday in Dearborn County and met with local public safety and emergency response workers.

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