Earlier Saturday, South Dakota Governer Kristi Noem, Senator John Thune and Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken held a news conference to talk about the massive flooding throughout KELOLAND.
The three leaders met at City Hall.
Before hand, they went around to several places that were severely hit by flooding.
They got a chance to speak with people and even gain some insight about what they’re going through.
“We visited with some homeowners, saw some of the damage, went down into a basement and saw the water, which is receding and being pumped out, but obviously impacts that are going to be felt for a really long time,” Senator John Thune said.
They now are focused on developing plans to help people recover from the flood.
Coming up tonight at 10 on KELOLAND News, we’ll show you what comes next in the recovery and some actions that you can take, too.