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Preston Co. still taking reports of Sandy structural damage

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    UPDATE: Route 2 now open following tractor trailer accident

    Monday, August 25 2014 4:00 PM EDT2014-08-25 20:00:48 GMT
    A tractor trailer is blocking part of Route 2. The road is closed until further notice. Drivers heading in both direction are being asked to use the Big Ben Bowen Highway connector by Target to get around.
    A tractor trailer is blocking part of Route 2. The road is closed until further notice. Drivers heading in both direction are being asked to use the Big Ben Bowen Highway connector by Target to get around.

The Preston County Office of Emergency Management is no longer collecting information about generator usage as a result of Hurricane Sandy severe weather last week.

Officials said they collected more than 1,500 reports in the last two days, just for Preston County residents, that they will share with the Federal Emergency Management Agency.

The Preston County Emergency Management office still wants Preston County residents to call in structural damage reports, then FEMA assessment teams can evaluate the need for assistance.

Call the Preston County Office of Emergency Management at 304-329-1855 to report damage.