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Lawton FEMA center closes Saturday

LAWTON, Okla._For anyone who still needs to file a claim with FEMA regarding flood damage, the registration date has been extended through August 26, however, the Comanche County Disaster Recovery Center at Tomlinson Middle School is closing Saturday.

The DRC has been operating at Tomlinson Middle School now since June 11. The center has been collecting information from local, state and federal agencies to help close to 600 people who were affected by recent severe weather.

FEMA’s media relations specialist, Carmen Rodriguez, says if you need to contact FEMA by phone or online, you can do so by calling 1-800-621-3362 or by going to www.disasterassistance.gov.

The Disaster Recovery Center will be open Friday and Saturday until 7:00 p.m.

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