FEMA expected to survey Harrisburg tornado damage
HARRISBURG (AP) – Recovery efforts are continuing in southern Illinois as Federal Emergency Management Agency officials are due to assess damage from last week's deadly storms.
U.S. Sen. Dick Durbin says FEMA officials are expected to survey today in Harrisburg, where six people died and about 100 people were injured when a tornado struck the community of 9,000 residents. Harrisburg schools are expected to reopen on today. The tornado hit Saline County early Wednesday.
Volunteer cleanup crews worked in shifts over the weekend. Durbin toured the area on Saturday along with Illinois Emergency Management Agency Director Jonathon Monken.
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