State Of Emergency Declared For Orange County

By Rachel Nash Posted July 2, 2013 at 6:20 pm

Exchange swimming pool parking lot (Umsted Rd.) on Sunday

ORANGE COUNTY – Barry Jacobs, chair of the Orange County Commissioners, declared a State of Emergency for Orange County Tuesday as a result of the severe flooding in Chapel Hill and Carrboro over the weekend.

As of Monday night, 30 residents were being housed at Smith Middle School, which the County set-up as a shelter.

Darshan Patel, Orange County Emergency Management coordinator, spoke with WCHL’s Aaron Keck to explain how the County is responding to the flooding and what the community can do to help.

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