Michigan National Guard Wraps Up Emergency Relief Efforts in Western U.P.

The Michigan National Guard is wrapping up emergency efforts following the devastating flooding in the U.P.

Nearly 75 National Guard soldiers have been working 12-hour days to make roads accessible for emergency vehicles.

We’ve learned their mission could end Friday.

The flash floods washed out hundreds of roads and created dozens of sinkholes in three counties in the Western U.P.

A Houghton Middle School student died from injuries of the flood at his home.

Gov. Snyder declared a state of disaster for the three counties.