By CBS3 Staff

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Government and community organizations are helping those forced out of their homes after the Brandywine Creek spilled over its banks.

City officials have launched a crisis clean-up hotline to help out residents.

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The hotline will dispatch volunteers to help residents cut downed trees, remove drywall, tarp roofs and mold mitigations. The hotline number is 844-965-1386.

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