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Governor Kelly tours flood affected areas with the Kansas National Guard, the Kansas Department of Emergency Management and the Kansas Water Office

Governor Kelly tours flood affected areas with the Kansas National Guard, the Kansas Department of Emergency Management and the Kansas Water Office
Photo: Kansas Governor's Office

Governor Laura Kelly yesterday toured counties damaged by flooding in Kansas and Nebraska with Maj. General Lee Tafanelli from the Kansas National Guard, Deputy Director Angee Morgan from the Kansas Department of Emergency Management and Acting Director Earl Lewis from the Kansas Water Office. They flew by helicopter to Leavenworth and then up the Missouri River Basin surveying the damage and relief efforts.

Kelly signed an executive order yesterday easing motor carrier regulations to expedite emergency relief and restoration. Last week, the governor issued a state of disaster emergency declaration for several counties affected by flooding. Local, state and federal partners will continue to work together to address the needs of communities and rural areas.

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