A woman who city officials said died in massive flooding this week in the Detroit area has a message to share.
A summary of the incident from the city’s fire department to Warren Mayor James Fouts says the 30-year-old woman improved on the way to a local hospital and was released.
The governor will spend some time helping clean up after this week’s historic flood, according to his office.
Communities are just starting to realize the extent of damage caused by Monday’s record-breaking storms.
Her daughter, who is 72-years old, discovered her mother’s floating body Tuesday morning.
“So far we’re still probably, kind of at the same point where were last night,” Lt. Mike Shaw said.
“It appears that Warren was the epicenter of the disaster. There’s at least 1,000-plus cars abandoned on the thoroughfares of Warren,” Fouts said Tuesday morning.
“We are concerned and we’re going to be monitoring it,” said the Macomb County Exec.
The woman died Monday evening in Macomb County amid record-breaking rainfall.
The Warren Fire Department responded to the call and rescued the woman, who was resuscitated and taken to an area hospital for treatment and did not suffer any life threatening injuries