Fishing licenses in Indiana have been issued after the state suffered the deadly tornado that tore through the state on Tuesday, with a total of 10,000 licenses issued.
More than 1,000 fishing licenses have been revoked, according to the Indiana Department of Natural Resources.
Many fishermen were also issued a notice to report to the emergency response center, which is in the city of Lafayette, and to report missing animals.
The department says that the department has also issued emergency notices for the Lafayette and Indianapolis area.
The storm left an estimated $100 million in damage.
In addition to the tornado, the storm also caused $5 million worth of damage to nearby homes.
The tornado also destroyed power lines, damaged trees and flooded roads.
The agency says it is working to make repairs to roads and power lines that were damaged.
It says it will issue more information as it becomes available.
The Associated Press contributed to this report.