Kenosha Co. Sheriff's Office: Officials working on flood effects

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KENOSHA COUNTY, Wis. (AP) -- The Kenosha County Sheriff's Department says emergency management officials are continuing to respond to the effects of last week's flooding.

The department said Sunday that the American Red Cross has opened a shelter at the Salem Grade School. The Red Cross is offering resources including counselors.

The county health department has clean up and home well test kits available. Some roadways remain closed.

The sheriff's department says it has responded to more than 1,200 calls for service between July 10 and noon on Sunday.



 
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