NEW JERSEY (FOX5NY.COM) - Officials with the Federal Emergency Management Agency were in northern New Jersey on Thursday to for a first-hand look at the millions of dollars' worth of flood damage caused by storms this month.
The FEMA crews spent the day in Little Falls, Woodland Park, and other areas surveying the damage from the flash flooding.
Officials say the storm impacted more than 100 homes and caused $5 million in damage in Little Falls alone.
FEMA also met with business owners who lost some property. A spokesperson said FEMA officials will also survey damage in Bergen, Essex, Monmouth and Ocean Counties, no doubt coming across scores of residents who are now starting over.