Food, water, and home clean up kits are being handed out to flood victims in Oneida county and the Mohawk Valley. The Salvation Army is helping Central New York families to stabilize and even rebuild after the floods.
When I spoke to Incident Commander Major James Purvis, he was en-route to Oneida with over one thousand meals.
"We have about 500 hotdogs and some goulash that is prepared and we will be giving that out to the folks up there as well. Again, having the disaster kits, bottled water, potato chips, granola bars, fruit bars, all those things.”