$13.4 Million in Federal Aid Approved for Nine Ala. Counties Since April 28th Tornado Outbreak

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AL.com -- In the month since the April 28 tornado outbreak dropped 29 tornadoes on Alabama, the Federal Emergency Management Agency has approved $13.4 million in aid to people in nine effected Alabama counties. An additional $4.4 million in disaster recovery loans was approved for homeowners through the Small Business Administration.

FEMA spokesman Nathan Custer said 4,055 people have registered in the counties approved for federal aid: Baldwin, Blount, DeKalb, Etowah, Jefferson, Lee, Limestone, Mobile and Tuscaloosa.

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