Updated: 05/14/2014 10:35 PM
Created: 05/14/2014 4:27 PM WHEC.com
By: Amanda Ciavarri
The storm severely damaged a camp on Keuka Lake that helps children and adults touched by cancer and other life threatening diseases.
Camp Good Days is located in Branchport.
The rain pushed mud and water into cabins. News10NBC obtained pictures of surveillance video that show two feet of water that flooded the entire cabin area. The creeks are still four feet about the normal level. There are broken fences and downed branches everywhere.
This weekend was supposed to be the opening weekend for campers this summer, but because of all the damage, organizers had to cancel it.
If you'd like to help Camp Good Days, you can call their main office at 624-5555 and they will put you on their volunteer list. They then will provide you more information on how you can help them with the cleanup.