20) – Two Disaster Recovery Centers (DRCs) are now open in Orangeburg County for homeowners, renters and business owners who sustained damage as a result of Hurricane Matthew storms and flooding that began Oct. Specialists from the State of South Carolina, the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), the U. Small Business Administration (SBA), nongovernmental organizations and the local community are on hand at both DRCs to answer questions and provide information on the types of assistance available to survivors. Survivors can apply online at Disaster or by phone (voice, 711 or relay service) at 800-621-3362. Going to a DRC is not a requirement of registration, but specialists there can provide guidance regarding disaster recovery and rental resources, explain written correspondence received from FEMA, inform survivors of the status of their application, make referrals to other organizations and answer questions.
Eligible survivors should register with FEMA even if they have insurance.
FEMA cannot duplicate insurance payments, but under-insured applicants may receive help after their insurance claims have been settled.
Although the name of the deputy hasn't yet been released, State Rep.
Justin Bamberg, who represents the woman, says the incident happened when deputies responded to a domestic call in Cordova on June 12.
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