There is a push for federal aid for Connecticut after flash floods swept through the state back in September.
U.S. Senator Richard Blumenthal is calling for a presidential disaster declaration to provide Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) aid to Connecticut.
“I want emphasize everyone in the delegation is joining today in this letter to FEMA demanding that we be treated fairly and that our towns and cities be provided the reimbursement they need and deserve,” said Blumenthal.
The flash flooding on September 25th caused more than six million dollars in damage across the state.