Harmony, Zelienople & Surrounding Communities Hit by Flooding
Tuesday Evening May 28th, 2019, extreme rains and storms hit Western Pennsylvania and caused massive flooding and damage to local communities. The water levels reached the 2nd highest levels since 1924, second only to Hurricane Ivan. 4″ to 5″ of rain fell within a few hours overwhelming the storm water systems and the capacity of the Connoquenessing Creek. The devastation was wide spread and severe.
One Week Later…
Businesses and families are cleaning up and clearing out the debris and damage. In the aftermath, many still need support, and many more have offered to help. This is the time people need the most support and it is hardest to find. As such, a group of passionate individuals have coellexsed to connect those in need with those can can help. They meet last night at Wunderbar Coffee and Crepes Thursday June 6th to discuss how they could help. Here is the recap of the meeting.
A temporary webpage has been set up to request assistance, volunteer to help and provides links to an array of services. Th
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