CRISFIELD, Md.- Somerset County Emergency Services officials are performing an initial damage assessment after Hurricane Sandy caused widespread flooding in the area.
Emergency Planner Victoria Lloyd said the department is asking every citizen, "who took water, rain or flood, into their homes, to hang a towel, sheet or pillow case on their front door."
Lloyd said not all water damage is visible from the road. Hanging something from the front door will help Somerset County Emergency Services to figure out how many homes sustained damage during the storm.
Tuesday, June 18 2013 12:38 PM EDT2013-06-18 16:38:16 GMT
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