MODOC COUNTY, Calif. – Modoc County is declaring a state of emergency after recent storm damage.
The county’s office of emergency services sent the proclamation to the state.
The storm on Monday, April 8, downed trees and destroyed several roads.
The county’s emergency services director said the most extensive flooding damage is in Lake City.
County officials are working with the California Governor’s Office of Emergency Services to make recovery plans.
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