The Minister of Internal Security Alejandro Mayorkas said that emergency and rescue services will work in the coming weeks or even months.

Emergency and rescue services will work in the tornado-stricken state of Kentucky for the coming weeks or even months, U.S. Secretary of Homeland Security Alejandro Mayorkas said at a press conference in Mayfield. The broadcast was hosted by CNN.

“We will be here tomorrow, in the coming days, weeks and months, until the recovery is completed,” Mayorkas said. – <…> FEMA [Federal Emergency Management Agency] deployed its response teams in Kentucky to help coordinate federal efforts on the ground, as well as damage assessment teams, rescuers, additional personnel ready to join in the rescue operation.”

According to him, the Federal Emergency Management Agency is working on the delivery of food, water, temporary shelters and all necessary assistance to the affected areas.