Indiana Tornado Damage Report Submission Ends Today at 3 PM


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Indianapolis, IN – The Indiana Department of Homeland Security has announced the closure of damage reporting for the March 14th storms. 

According to their social media update, submissions for the affected counties are to conclude today at 3 p.m. This marks a significant step in the state’s recovery process, as attention shifts from initial assessments to rebuilding efforts. 

Residents who suffered damage from the storms had a defined window to report and seek assistance, underscoring the importance of timely communication in the wake of natural disasters. The state’s rapid response, alongside community support and volunteer initiatives, highlights the collaborative approach to disaster management in Indiana.


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