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DELAWARE COUNTY, Pa. (CBS)
– Help is now coming for people affected by severe flooding in Delaware County earlier this month.

Parts of Darby Borough, Radnor and Upper Darby were under water during the storm on Aug 13.

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On Friday and Saturday, Delaware County Emergency Management will open three locations to help residents fill out forms for financial relief.

Darby:

Darby Borough Hall, 1020 Ridge Ave. Darby, PA

  • Friday, August 31st 5pm to 8pm
  • Saturday, September 1st 9am to noon
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Radnor:

Commissioner’s Meeting Room, 301 Iven Ave. Radnor, PA

  • Friday, August 31st 2pm to 8pm
  • Saturday, September 1st 9 am to 1pm

Upper Darby:

7000 Walnut St. Upper Darby, PA

  • Friday, August 31st 2pm to 8pm
  • Saturday, September 1st 9am to 1pm
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Residents can also connect with volunteer service agencies for additional assistance at the locations.