LOS ANGELES, Dec. 17, 2020 — American Red Cross Los Angeles Region volunteers from the Western Los Angeles Chapter responded to a home fire impacting a family in Inglewood.
Volunteers from the Red Cross Disaster Action Team responded to a home fire that occurred early Thursday morning. The Red Cross helped coordinate emergency aid for three individuals affected and will continue to provide assistance and help with planning to address their disaster-caused needs.
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Red Cross volunteers have been trained to maintain social distancing and follow proper safety procedures to continue serving communities impacted by local disasters, during the coronavirus outbreak.
Families in our community, across the country and around the world turn to the Red Cross every day to help #EndHomeFires. Hospital patients still need lifesaving blood; neighbors still need food, shelter and care after disasters; and military families still need support. Your help is needed to fulfill the urgent needs of our mission today at redcross.org/la.
With Los Angeles County facing a Safer at Home order this holiday season, many more of us will be indoors and with a smaller group of loved ones. Red Cross LA urges everyone to follow these decorating safety tips to prevent fires and keep everyone safe: