The Illinois tornado victims have lost everything. The need FEMA to help them.
United States of America goes all over the world to help victims of a natural disaster. But, when it comes to the victims in our own country, we say NO.
This is a terrible business practice.
Let's help the people of our own country. Let's put United States First.
I WANT FEMA TO PROVIDE 100% ASSISTANCE TO THE ILLINOIS TORNADO VICTIMS AND THEIR FAMILIES.
The Federal Emergency Management Agency has denied requests for disaster aid from two Illinois towns, devastated by the deadly EF-4 tornado that struck Feb. 29.
FEMA determined that homeowners' insurance, local charities, and state funds could cover those requests for assistance.
The storm ripped through the town and surrounding Saline County two weeks ago, destroying 98 homes and damaging 31 others. Seven people were killed.
FEMA analysts say the damage in Harrisburg and Ridgeway does not measure up to requirements for federal assistance.