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Red Cross Staffs Evacuation Center in Response to Lime Gulch Fire

Wildfire Relief by Colorado Red Cross Volunteer
The Red Cross provides disaster relief to people completely free of charge, and is able to do so through the hard work of volunteers and the generosity of the public.

An American Red Cross volunteer team is staffing an evacuation center at Evergreen High School, 23900 Buffalo Park Rd., Evergreen, and will be assessing the need for overnight shelter in response to the Lime Gulch Fire in Jefferson County.

Red Cross rapid response teams are also prepared to staff additional evacuation sites if fire behavior requires more evacuations in response to this or other wildfires currently burning in the state.

The Red Cross provides disaster relief to people completely free of charge, and is able to do so through the hard work of volunteers and the generosity of the public. We thank the public throughout Colorado for their generous support. If you would like to support Red Cross Disaster Relief go to redcross.org/Colorado or call 1-800-REDCROSS, or tune in June 20 from 4:30-7:30 p.m. to participate in a multi-network live 2013 Colorado Wildfires Phone Bank Fundraiser from on all Denver-metro television networks.