Wisconsin Floods

Wisconsin Floods

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Heavy rains resulted in major flooding in Kenosha, Racine, and Walworth Counties in southern Wisconsin beginning July 12. Rivers swelled to record levels, causing residential and business areas to experience high water levels and compromising the electrical infrastructure of the area. Both Wisconsin and Illinois Governors declared a State of Emergency, and at least 6,800 buildings were affected in Illinois and Wisconsin, resulting in $8.3M in damage.

Together with Alaska Airlines and United Airlines, Airlink sent 3 waves of volunteers to the region to assist with muck-out, cleanup, and volunteer coordination.

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