Report: More Than $6 Million Worth Of Damage Done During May Flooding

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Flooding on Highway 23 at Turner Bend

ARKANSAS (KFSM) – More than $6 million worth of damage was done in Arkansas as a result of flooding during May, officials say.

The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (working with FEMA) estimated the amount after completing preliminary assessments of all of the damage, according to a news release.

In total, 370 Arkansas homes were damaged in some way by the flooding that started on May 7, the release states.

Damage amounts broken down county by county can be seen below:

Crawford County – $293,628

Franklin County – $68,027

Johnson County – $126,441

Logan County – $278,690

Madison County – $140,200

Polk County – $289,257

[EDITOR’S NOTE: Other counties not included in Northwest Arkansas or the River Valley were excluded from the above list.]