- Associated Press - Sunday, June 22, 2014

PILGER, Neb. (AP) - Officials say damaged vehicles are hindering tornado cleanup efforts in Pilger, so the town is offering to remove them at no cost to owners.

Officials say the village clerk has a “consent, release and waiver” form that vehicle owners must complete before their vehicle can be removed. Forms are available at the town’s check-in location and food pavilion.

The form will allow owners to transfer ownership of their vehicle to the village so it can be removed for free. Owners will not receive payment for their vehicle.

Documents showing the car’s title must be attached to the form.


Information from: Nebraska Emergency Management Agency, https://www.nema.ne.gov/index.shtml

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