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City of Odessa seeking information on storm damage

(Source: City of Odessa) (Source: City of Odessa)
ODESSA, TX (KWES) -

The City of Odessa is asking your help to assess damage from the severe storms that have passed through Ector County this week. 

To report the damages you can complete a survey online at Odessa-TX.gov/stormdamage 

If you would prefer to report the damages through social media, use #ohail17 and include a description, date, and location of the damage occurred. 
The information will be collected for statistical purposes only. 

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