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FEMA in Pisgah for the weekend

PISGAH, AL (WAFF) -

Federal disaster relief is in Marshall and DeKalb counties and Friday they arrived to help storm victims in Jackson county.

However, FEMA will only stay at their current location through this weekend.

For now, disaster recovery teams are set up in the old city hall in Pisgah.

Officials urge people to call FEMA to preregister before going to the disaster recovery center.

Officials said they plan to set up at other locations in the county so people will not have to drive as far for assistance.

"We're going to be here at this location just for the weekend. Then they're talking about moving us around about every three days," said Paul Martucci, Disaster Relief Center manager.

FEMA will be open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m.both Saturday and Sunday.

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