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MIDLAND, MICHIGAN - MAY 20: A aerial view of floodwaters flowing from the Tittabawassee River into the lower part of downtown Midland on May 20, 2020 in Midland, Michigan. Thousands of residents have been ordered to evacuate after two dams in Sanford and Edenville collapsed causing water from the Tittabawassee River to flood nearby communities. (Photo by Gregory Shamus/Getty Images)

Since the collapse of the Edenville and Sanford Dams, the Tittabawassee River has crested at 35.05 feet…

After a pair of dams collapsed following record rainfall. Thousands of residents had to evacuate.

We are grateful for all those who have reached out looking for ways to help our neighbors,” a Facebook post from United Way Midland County read. “We are working directly with the Emergency Management Team and the shelters to assess long term and short term needs for volunteers and supplies.”

For volunteer opportunities, you can sign up for alerts here.

If you’d like to donate to relief efforts so that those impacted can receive vital resources, click here.

To donate supplies, a survey must be filled out here. The United Way of Midland County also says not to drop off items directly to local shelters.

Wixom lake drained when dams gave way

Wixom lake drained when dams gave way.