To provide a safe place for residents after destructive storms and tornadoes hit central Oklahoma on the evening of Wednesday, March 25th, the American Red Cross Serving Oklahoma has opened an emergency shelter at the following location:
7785 South Highway 97
Strong winds damaged homes across the counties of Tulsa, Cleveland and Osage, including a mobile home park in Sands Spring and neighborhood in Moore.
Red Cross Disaster Teams will begin damage assessment Thursday morning, as well as provide needed disaster relief to storm disaster victims.
If you, or someone you know has been affected by Wednesday’s storms, please contact the American Red Cross at 1-800-RedCross.
Stay safe during severe weather by downloading the American Red Cross Tornado app to receive severe thunderstorm and tornado watches and warnings. To learn how to set alert locations click here.
If you would like to support American Red Cross disaster relief for individuals and families affected by disasters like tornadoes and home fires please click here.