Gov. Mike Dunleavy declared a state of disaster in Haines, where 2,500 residents have been coping with landslides and flooding after a record-breaking storm this week. A search continued on Friday for two missing people after a landslide swept parts of a residential area into the harbor.

Many roads have been heavily damaged in Haines after heavy rain and flooding, Dec. 2, 2020. (Photo provided by Darwin Feakes)
Interim Haines Borough Manager Alekka Fullerton and city Mayor Douglas Olerud answer questions from reporters on Friday, Dec. 4, 2020 at the city's fire station, which has been acting as an emergency operations center since landslides struck the city on Wednesday. (James Brooks / ADN)
Amanda Painter paddles through a flooded area of Haines while helping a friend evacuate on Dec. 2, 2020, (Kaitlyn Tolin photo)
A landslide in Haines is visible from an Alaska Army National Guard UH-60 Black Hawk helicopter on December 3, 2020. Some of the passengers were dropped off in Haines at 8:15 a.m. to conduct ground search and rescue, then the aircrew and a few passengers conducted aerial observations. (Chief Warrant Officer 3 Jeshua McMaster / Alaska Army National Guard photo)
Alaska State Troopers released images taken on December 3, 2020, of the damage caused by a landslide in Haines. Alaska State and Wildlife Troopers are participating in search and rescue efforts along with the US Coast Guard, Alaska National Guard, National Weather Service, Capital City Fire/Rescue, Juneau Mountain Rescue, SEADOGS, Haines Volunteer Fire Department, and Haines Borough Police Department. (Alaska State Troopers)
This photo from the U.S. Coast Guard shows where a rainstorm caused landslides in Haines, Alaska, Thursday, Dec. 3, 2020. Authorities have identified the two people missing after a landslide the width of two football fields slammed into the southeast Alaska community. The Coast Guard remains engaged with the Alaska State Troopers and the city of Haines while responding to this event. (Lt. Erick Oredson/U.S. Coast Guard via AP)
Search efforts were underway near the location of a landslide near Haines on December 3, 2020. (Tom Ganner photo)
A Salvation Army mobile canteen is loaded aboard the ferry LeConte in Juneau early Friday morning, Dec. 4, 2020. LeConte Purser Michael Queen checks IDs and tickets. (James Brooks / ADN)
Homes and vehicles are surrounded by floodwater in Haines on Dec. 2, 2020, (Kaitlyn Tolin photo)
This photo provided by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities shows damage from heavy rains and a mudslide 600 feet wide in Haines, Alaska, on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. (Matt Boron/Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities via AP)
This photo provided by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities shows damage from heavy rains and a mudslide 600 feet wide in Haines, Alaska, on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. (Matt Boron/Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities via AP)
Homes and vehicles are surrounded by floodwater in Haines on Dec. 2, 2020, (Kaitlyn Tolin photo)
A record-breaking rainstorm triggered destructive avalanches, landslides and flooding in Haines, Alaska on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. (Photo courtesy of Trevor Barrett)
This photo provided by the Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities shows damage from heavy rains and a mudslide 600 feet wide in Haines, Alaska, on Wednesday, Dec. 2, 2020. (Matt Boron/Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities via AP)