GREENSBORO, NC. -- FEMA’s spokesperson says so far 200 people in Geensboro and Rockingham County have registered for the agency's disaster assistance. Inspectors were in the Triad this weekend following up with people affected by last month's tornado.
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The spokesperson, Pam Saulsby, says they are there for as long as the state needs them to be.
"There are many different categories of assistance but the main three areas are home repairs, replacing personal possessions that were lost or damaged due to the storm, and rental assistance," Saulsby said.
She wants people affected by the storm to make sure they immediately register here. They'll be contacted within ten days of registering.