WARREN (WKZO) -- Governor Rick Snyder is touring flood damage in Warren.
Officials estimate the damage in Warren is between 90 to 100-million dollars with approximately 18-thousand homes damaged by flood waters. It is Snyder's second visit to metro Detroit to view flood damage. He was in Royal Oak last week where he saw damage done to Royal Oak Middle School.
A state of emergency has been declared by Snyder for Wayne, Oakland and Macomb counties which should result in federal assistance to homeowners.