By CBS3 Staff

WILMINGTON, Del. (CBS) — Delaware Gov. John Carney has asked President Joe Biden for a disaster declaration due to flooding caused by Ida. Carney said record flooding from the Brandywine creek caused heavy damage to parts of Wilmington.

Meanwhile, a FEMA disaster recovery center has opened in Delaware and Montgomery County in Pennsylvania.

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The Delaware County location is at the Chadds Ford Township office, while the Montgomery County center will be at Montgomery County Community College on 340 DeKalb Pike.

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Homeowners, renters, and business owners who sustained damage can go for information and resources.

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The sites will also help survivors with immediate essential needs.