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Nebraska Flood Relief Efforts On Going

As of May 31, 2019, OGT has spent $416,136.12 on Nebraska flood relief efforts. This is only the beginning as we are just starting to help the residents in the badly flooded towns of Fremont, St. Edwards, Niobrara and Verdigre. The first major flood occurred in mid-March and areas are flooding again from spring rains and melting snow. The devastation is not over so please continue to pray for families, farmers and businesses severely affected by the rising waters. OGT is still accepting donations for Nebraska flood relief with 100% of your donation going toward flood relief. Please click on the Donate button and designate it for Nebraska Floods.  Once all flood relief efforts have been made, any remaining funds will be used to assist with the next disaster relief efforts.
The video below was posted on Facebook and was taken on May 31 while landing at the Omaha, Nebraska airport – Eppley Airfield.

Approach to the Omaha airport, crossing I-29. So devastating!

Posted by Robin Reynders on Friday, May 31, 2019


Categories: Disaster Relief, Floods

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