FEMA is touring communities in southeastern South Dakota to help those affected by the spring flooding get assistance. A mobile disaster relief center is being set up in Bon Homme county this week.
FEMA has been getting the word out about the mobile disaster relief centers being set up in communities affected by this year’s extreme weather.
Most recently, they’ve opened one of these centers in at the Tabor Fire Station in Bon Homme County.
FEMA workers have also been going door-to-door to let people know that they can sign up for assistance.