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Queen Anne's, Maryland Officials Collecting Storm Damage Info

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A large tree fell on this house in Stevensville, Md. during an overnight severe storm that passed through the area. (Photo: Frank Tedesco/ Atlantic City Electric) A large tree fell on this house in Stevensville, Md. during an overnight severe storm that passed through the area. (Photo: Frank Tedesco/ Atlantic City Electric)

STEVENSVILLE, Md.- Queen Anne’s County Department of Emergency Services and Maryland Emergency Management Agency officials are asking the public's help in gathering damage information from the tornado that touched down in Kent Island on July 24. 

DES and MEMA are exploring all possibilities for assistance with recovery and need this information to move forward. Anyone who experienced damage from the EF2 tornado is asked to provide the following information:

  • Name, Address and Phone Number
  • Type of damage experienced
  • Estimated dollar amount of damage
  • Value of your property? (officials can help look this up for you)
  • How much of the damage was covered by insurance

DES and MEMA representatives will be walking door to door in the affected neighborhoods on Wednesday, Aug. 9, after 4:30 p.m.

You can also report information by calling 410-758-4500, ext. 1121 or email welcome@qac.org

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