Houghton County in the North-West of the upper Peninsula was destroyed by flooding. The storms of the day off made the rivers outside the roads and completely washed away the culverts and bridges.
The foundations of some houses were destroyed and the houses were torn by flood waters.
Emergency coordinator neighborhood Houghton Chris Vanarsdale said that the police goes from door to door, in order to make sure that the inhabitants are in order.
“We are still trying to make sure that we are ready for some structures that are potentially weakened, in fact, that we are ready, if they give way,” said Vanarsdale.
Vanarsdale said that all the municipal roads that run through the area have been damaged, and the 10 district roads have been washed.
“Some of the data is 20 or 30 feet long—the entire width of the road and a depth of 5 to 10 feet,” said VanArsdale.
Some of the inhabitants were evacuated to shelters, but almost all were told to stay in their own homes.
Civil servants talk, in fact that the fragments on the roads make it difficult to move anywhere.
A 12-year-old boy was wounded when the basement of his home collapsed on him.
Civil servants were obliged to use the boat in order to transmit the baby in quick support.
The authorities are still trying to characterize the extent of the harm.
The state Meteorological service is talking, in fact, that in some areas fell whole 6 inches of rain and in fact that law enforcement agencies report, in fact, that almost all roads are impassable and covered with garbage.
In the meteorological service talk, in fact that the inhabitants of the region demand to stick away from roads, yet “the water goes down, and rubbish will not be cleared.”