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American Red Cross Responds To Nashville, Arkansas Tornado

Red Cross Arkansas- Nashville Arkansas Tornado
If you were affected by the tornadoes and have questions about Red Cross disaster relief, please call 501.623.9321.

The American Red Cross continues response and care after an EF2 tornado hit the town of Nashville in southwest Arkansas, Monday morning after midnight.

At least a dozen mobile homes were destroyed, killing parents in one of the homes as they shielded their toddler who survived. 8 residents were injured. Additional homes were severely damaged.

Red Cross nurses and mental health workers are making well visit checks with storm victims.

Disaster services are being provided by Red Cross at the following location from 10:00am-4:00pm this week:

First Baptist Church

415 Main Street - Nashville, Arkansas

If you were affected by the tornadoes and have questions about Red Cross disaster relief, please call 501.623.9321.

To help with care being provided to storm victims affected by disasters such as the recent tornadoes and home fires click here.