SANTA ROSA, N.M. (KRQE) - The governor has already declared a state of emergency because of the severe flooding all across the state.
On Monday, she toured some of the hardest hit communities.
Among them was Santa Rosa which was hit early in the week.
Officials there are seeking state and federal money to help fix washed-out roads and buckled pavement.
Towns across the state are seeing similar damages.
And while cleanup in many of these areas has begun, officials are still bracing for the possibility of more flooding as swollen rivers and creeks fill up from other areas and spill their banks.
FEMA is also touring some of the damaged areas to determine what type of aid they can provide to homeowners.
It's unclear which areas they will be visiting.
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