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Red Cross Is Responding In North Texas Areas Impacted By Severe Weather

Red Cross Emergency Response Vehicle providing relief after Superstorm Sandy.

The Red Cross is coordinating storm response efforts to help those affected in Hood, Erath, Parker, Palo Pinto and Johnson counties.  Red Cross Emergency Response Teams are canvassing areas severely impacted with clean up supplies and additional relief items. Red Cross teams continue to monitor flooding in Horseshoe Bend and Mineral Wells in Parker and in Navarro county and will be ready to respond.

A severe weather threat continues in North Texas so everyone should be prepared for the possibility of more severe weather.  Be prepared with your disaster preparedness plan, stay tuned to local media and download the Red Cross Emergency Preparedness app.

http://www.redcross.org/get-help/prepare-for-emergencies/mobile-apps

Red Cross teams will continue to respond to the needs of the people in North Texas from the Disaster Relief Headquarters set up at the American Red Cross in Fort Worth, Texas.

Anyone who has damage to their home or needs assistance due to the storms is urged to contact the Red Cross Hotline at 1-800-RED-CROSS.