Indiana residents are cleaning up after thunderstorms dumped heavy rains and golf ball-sized hail on parts of the state.
Much of the damage happened around Kokomo and in the Franklin area south of Indianapolis from waves of storms that moved across the state Monday and Tuesday.
The National Weather Service predicts more rain this week, with possible thunderstorms Wednesday night and storms throughout the day on Thursday.
Greene County General Hospital is repairing flood damage after heavy storms caused a pipe to burst.
The American Red Cross set up a shelter at the Kokomo Event and Conference Center for those displaced.
Individuals in 27 counties impacted by summer flooding were eligible to apply for federal Small Business Administration loans.
More than 12,000 people still don't have power after a wave of severe thunderstorms hit the state earlier this week.
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Almost two dozen counties in Indiana were affected by yesterday's storms. Gov. Pence says it is too early to know if the state will seek federal assistance.
Washington residents describe the severe storms that shook their town Sunday - leaving people without power and some without a place to live.
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