월요일에, 정부. Mike Dunleavy declared a disaster in the city of Buckland, a news release from his office said.
According to the release, flooding began on May 12 after an ice jam on the Buckland River.
Water levels have since dropped and responders are assessing damage in the area, 릴리스 말했다.
A boil water notice is in place and some houses remain without heat because of stove oil barrels displaced in the flooding.
“We’re sad to see this happen to the people of Buckland, but the city, tribe, and borough’s response to this event has been incredible,” Bryan Fisher, Director of the Division of Homeland Security and Emergency Management (DHS&EM) said in the release.
“This community had a Small Community Emergency Response Plan and enacted it immediately,” 그는 덧붙였다. “Coordination between Buckland, the Northwest Arctic Borough, and the state has been seamless. The leadership and residents of Buckland should be commended for their preparedness, quick actions, and resilience.”