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How to report storm debris on your property

The United Way of Fort Smith is assisting emergency management crews to collect information on damage reports in the River Valley.

FORT SMITH, Ark. — The United Way of Fort Smith is urging residents to dial 2-1-1 to report trees and limbs that have fallen on houses or vehicles and other storm debris in Crawford County and Sebastian County. 

The United Way of Fort Smith is assisting emergency management crews in collecting information on damage reports in the River Valley.  

After the reports are collected, the United Way of Fort Smith will help crews prioritize and potentially assist in the clean-up process. 

The United Way of Fort Smith is working with Crawford and Sebastian County Emergency Management and the United Way of Northwest Arkansas to help service River Valley residents impacted by the storm. 

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