Steuben County has been given a utility vehicle to use in case there are other flooding events in the future.
Steuben County Sheriff Jim Allard was contacted by 1033 Surplus Program administration offering the vehicle to the county at no cost following the flash flooding that devastated the community.
Funding from Homeland Security will pay for the fuel, insurance, and maintenance for the vehicle.
A satellite phone will also be in the vehicle for emergencies.
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