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Comfort Station Opens In Sulphur After Damaging Tornadoes

Comfort Station Opens In Sulphur
The Red Cross provided meals to more than 50 people in Garvin County after storm cleared Monday.

The American Red Cross is providing disaster relief for Oklahoma storm victims at the following location-

Crossway Church

2108 West Broadway, Sulphur, Oklahoma

Open 9:00am-7:00pm

Snacks, beverages, and other disaster recovery items will available at no cost to residents impacted by Monday’s storms, as part of a multi-community disaster response to a string of tornadoes that damaged several communities across Oklahoma on Monday evening.

A Red Cross emergency response mobile unit will also be deployed Tuesday to deliver bulk supplies and snacks throughout Garvin County.

The Red Cross provided meals to more than 50 people in Garvin County after storm cleared Monday, as well as supporting at least two individuals with emergency medical needs.

Teams will begin damage assessment today in Murray, Johnston and Garvin counties and to support the community during the initial stages of disaster recovery.

Red Cross workers will continue to monitor disaster relief needs across the state.

As more storms are forecast this week, Oklahomans are reminded that the Red Cross Emergency app is available in both the Google Play store and iTunes for free. The app provides current information about weather, emergency shelters and directions for Oklahoma and surrounding states.

For persons interested in supporting the Red Cross mission, volunteer or learn more about safety and disaster training please call 1-800-RED-CROSS to donate or visit www.redcross.org/oklahoma to learn how you can become a volunteer.

Disaster Responders receive instruction and direction as teams head out from the Crossway First Baptist Church in Sulphur to communities in Murray, Johnston and Garvin counties hard hit by tornadoes. Photo American Red Cross/Wes Carter