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Arkansas Storm Damage Report

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The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management has issued a report of damages and fatalities in Arkansas.

North Little Rock, Ark. – The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) has received damage reports due to the severe weather activity of April 23 and continuing. As emergency crews continue to report damage estimates to ADEM we will send updates as they are received. As of 14:30 this afternoon, there are ten reported fatalities.

Benton County

Benton County Emergency Management reported two fatalities related to a vehicle swept away by flood waters.  There are no additional reports of injuries at this time.

Conway County

Conway County Emergency Management reported power lines and trees down throughout the county. A few structures received minor damage. There are no injuries or fatalities reported at this time.

Crawford County

Crawford County Emergency Management reported that the Park Ridge RV Park was evacuated. The Walmart Supercenter at Alma is flooded.  The City of Van Buren Sports Complex is also flooded. There are no injuries or fatalities at this time.  

Crittenden County

Crittenden County Emergency Management reported power outages in the cities of Marion and Crawfordsville. There are no reported injuries or fatalities at this time.

Cross County
Cross County Emergency Management reported damage to six businesses on Highway 64 in Wynne.  There are trees down and power outages throughout county. There are no reported injuries or fatalities at this time.

Faulkner County

Faulkner County Emergency Management reported flooding throughout the county. The communities of Vilonia and Saltillo have received storm damage. Two shelters have been opened, the Senior Citizen Center (10 Bise Dr, Vilonia) and the Oak Bowery Gym (Otto Rd, Vilonia). There are four reported fatalities.

Garland County

Garland County Emergency Management reported flooding throughout the county. There is damage in the Walnut Valley, Sunshine and Old Ragweed areas. There are an unknown number of injuries and no fatalities reported at this time. The Red Cross has opened a shelter at Coronado Center at Hot Springs Village.

Grant County

Grant County Emergency Management reported power outages and trees down throughout the county. One home is reported damaged. There are no injuries or fatalities at this time.

Hot Spring County

Hot Spring County Emergency Management reported flooding throughout the county. There are numerous roadways blocked by downed trees and power lines. There are damaged homes in Friendship. A swift water rescue in the Bonnerdale area was conducted. There are no reported injuries or fatalities at this time.

Independence County

Independence County Emergency Management reported approximately 20 people were evacuated from low lying areas. Multiple streets and county roads are flooded. There are no reported injuries or fatalities at this time.

Lonoke County

Lonoke County Emergency Management reported trees and power lines are down throughout the county. There are no injuries or fatalities at this time.

Madison County

Madison County Emergency Management reported flooding throughout the county. State Highway 21 and several county roads are closed due to flooding. There are two reported fatalities.

Perry County

Perry County Emergency Management reported a fatality after rescuers found a person who had been missing in storm waters.

Prairie County

Prairie County Emergency Management reported power lines and trees down throughout the county. There are no reported injuries or fatalities at this time.

Pike County

Pike County Emergency Management reported extensive damage to one home.  Trees and power lines were reported down 2 miles west of Kirby Rd off of Highway 70 on Barente Rd.

Pulaski County

Pulaski County Emergency Management reported damage at the North Pulaski High School and in the Palarm area. Several homes, a water tower, an aircraft and aircraft hangers are also reported damaged at Little Rock Air Force Base. There are two injuries and no fatalities reported at this time.

Sevier County

Sevier County Emergency Management reported downed trees and flooding throughout the county.  There are reports of power outage in Horatio.  There are no injuries or fatalities reported.

Union County

Union County Emergency Management reported many trees and power lines down. Entergy is working on restoring power. There are no injuries or fatalities reported at this time.

Washington County

Washington County Emergency Management reported flooding throughout the county. There have been an estimated 35 water rescues. Numerous homes were evacuated throughout the county. One fatality has been reported.

White County

White County Emergency Management reported several homes damaged and trees down throughout the county. There are no reported injuries or fatalities at this time.

Woodruff County

Woodruff County Emergency Management reported 12 homes with minor damage, 3 homes with moderate damage, mainly from falling trees and roof damage.  There are no reports of injuries or fatalities at this time.

Updates will be sent out as they are received.

The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) is the state's homeland security and preparedness agency. The agency works to identify and lessen the effects of emergencies, disasters and threats to Arkansas by developing effective prevention, preparedness, mitigation, response and recovery actions for all disasters and emergencies.  For additional information, contact ADEM at (501) 683-6700 or visit the website at www.adem.arkansas.gov.

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