LINCOLN, Neb. Gov. Dave Heineman will be traveling to Sutton and other communities Monday to survey storm damage caused by Sunday's severe storms. Early reports indicate damage to several businesses in and around Sutton’s downtown area.
The Governor will be joined by Al Berndt, Assistant Director of Nebraska Emergency Management Agency. They will be surveying damaged areas in Cordova and other communities en route to Sutton.
The Governor has been monitoring the tornadoes, flash floods and severe thunder storms on the eastern side of the state, as well as the winter storms in the Panhandle from NEMA’s Emergency Operations Center in Lincoln this evening.
Governor Heineman will be in Sutton at 9:30 a.m. CT, TOMORROW, Monday, May 12 to meet with local officials, emergency workers and local residents.
The Red Cross is also setting up at the Cordova Community Building.
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