Millions of Dollars in Damages Following Flooding in New Hampshire
The Granite State sustained approximately $4 million dollars in flood damage, following some wild weather last weekend.
State officials say more than $4 million dollars in damage was done from this past weekend's flooding.
The Associated Press says the majority of damage was in Grafton County. That area saw more than an inch of rain per hour on Saturday, with close to 60 roads damaged and hundreds of people evacuated from campgrounds.
The good news was there were no reported deaths or significant injuries.
Perry Plummer, director of Homeland Security and Emergency Management, says the damage likely will meet the threshold necessary to ask the governor to seek a federal disaster declaration.