Damages from the Wind Storm in Walla Walla Last Week Surpass 1.2 Million.
WALLA WALLA, Wash. - Damages have surpassed $1.2 million dollars so far from the wind storm that swept through Walla Walla last week.
Emergency management officials say they've received over 260 reports from home owners but very few calls from businesses.
Business owners can report a temporary loss of revenue from not having as many customers, not just property damage.
Emergency Manager Don Marlatt feels there is more damage that hasn't been reported yet. "We really need to get damage reports in that will help us to determine if we will be eligible for federal aid, either a Presidential Declaration or Small Business Administration loans to help people with primary residences."
To report damages call 524-2900. Emergency management will be taking calls through next Tuesday the 15th.