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Madison County officials to provide update on deadly tornado damage – KCCI Des Moines

After severe weather on Saturday and multiple tornadoes, there have been reports of damage and multiple confirmed deaths in the state.Madison County officials said there are six confirmed deaths in the county. Four adults and two children have died in Saturday’s storm. Four people were injured in the storm, three of which have serious injuries. The Red Cross has set up emergency shelter a New Bridge Church. Carver Road to Highway 92 is closed.Madison County is continuing search and rescue. If you would like to help, you can reach out to the Madison County Chamber of Commerce at 515.462.1185 starting Sunday at 7 a.m.Updates expected:Madison County emergency officials will hold a news conference at 2 p.m. Sunday. You can watch it on MEtv channel 8.2, the KCCI Breaking News and Weather App or KCCI.com.Gov. Kim Reynolds will tour the damage near Winterset at noon and will be a part of the news conference as well.Disaster proclamation:Gov. Kim Reynolds has issued a disaster proclamation for Madison County.The governor’s proclamation allows for state resources to help with response and recovery efforts. Additional counties may be added to the proclamation. Residents can report damage to HomelandSecurity.Iowa.gov.She also released a statement Saturday night saying quote: “Our hearts and prayers go out to all those affected by today’s tragic storms that ripped through our state.”KCCI viewers captured video of several tornadoes here.Madison County donation information:The Greater Madison County Community Foundation (GMCCF) has established the Disaster Recovery Fund (DRF) to support those negatively impacted by the tornado that struck Madison County on March 5th. The DRF provides an opportunity for the public to give with the reassurance their donations will be used to quickly move resources to where they are most needed and to adapt to evolving needs. The flexibility of the fund will ensure that the county will be able to respond to needs that are not being met by existing non-profit, local, state and federal programs.The Community Foundation’s Advisory Board has committed an immediate $2,000 matched by $2,000 from Madison County Development Group to the DRF. To join us in giving to support our county through these uncertain times, visit www.desmoinesfoundation.org/givemadisoncountyor mail a contribution to 1217 N. 6th Ave. Suite 3,Winterset, IA 50273.Madison County emergency officials provide update: KCCI tornado outbreak coverage:

After severe weather on Saturday and multiple tornadoes, there have been reports of damage and multiple confirmed deaths in the state.

Madison County officials said there are six confirmed deaths in the county. Four adults and two children have died in Saturday’s storm. Four people were injured in the storm, three of which have serious injuries.

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The Red Cross has set up emergency shelter a New Bridge Church.

Carver Road to Highway 92 is closed.

Madison County is continuing search and rescue. If you would like to help, you can reach out to the Madison County Chamber of Commerce at 515.462.1185 starting Sunday at 7 a.m.

Updates expected:

Madison County emergency officials will hold a news conference at 2 p.m. Sunday. You can watch it on MEtv channel 8.2, the KCCI Breaking News and Weather App or KCCI.com.

Gov. Kim Reynolds will tour the damage near Winterset at noon and will be a part of the news conference as well.

Disaster proclamation:

Gov. Kim Reynolds has issued a disaster proclamation for Madison County.

The governor’s proclamation allows for state resources to help with response and recovery efforts. Additional counties may be added to the proclamation.

Residents can report damage to HomelandSecurity.Iowa.gov.

She also released a statement Saturday night saying quote: “Our hearts and prayers go out to all those affected by today’s tragic storms that ripped through our state.”

KCCI viewers captured video of several tornadoes here.

Madison County donation information:

The Greater Madison County Community Foundation (GMCCF) has established the Disaster Recovery Fund (DRF) to support those negatively impacted by the tornado that struck Madison County on March 5th. The DRF provides an opportunity for the public to give with the reassurance their donations will be used to quickly move resources to where they are most needed and to adapt to evolving needs. The flexibility of the fund will ensure that the county will be able to respond to needs that are not being met by existing non-profit, local, state and federal programs.

The Community Foundation’s Advisory Board has committed an immediate $2,000 matched by $2,000 from Madison County Development Group to the DRF. To join us in giving to support our county through these uncertain times, visit www.desmoinesfoundation.org/givemadisoncountyor mail a contribution to 1217 N. 6th Ave. Suite 3,Winterset, IA 50273.

Madison County emergency officials provide update:

KCCI tornado outbreak coverage: