“Lincoln County Emergency Management Agency needs help from the public. We are working on a damage assessment report for FEMA,” LCEMA director Casey Stevens announced Wednesday. According to Stevens, LCEMA is looking for help from the public to take pictures of damage from the storm. Residents are advised by the LCEMA to only take pictures if it is safe to do so.
Following are examples of photos needed:
- Pictures of fallen trees in roadways.
- Pictures of damage to public buildings/property.
- Pictures of damages to your own private property.
Include something in the photo to show scale of damage.
Send pictures to email@example.com subject line (town) and (public or private). All pictures must include an address and if possible a geotag from the phone or camera. For more information, contact the LCEMA at 207-882-7559.