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Red Cross disaster worker, Matthew Teter, assesses the flooding near a levee breach in Belle Chasse, LA. Photo by Daniel Cima/American Red Cross.
Flood water from the Tchefuncte River covers a riverside park in Madisonville, LA. Photo by Daniel Cima/American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross continues to work with partners to support those affected by Hurricane Barry.
Over 210 overnight stays provided in Red Cross shelters.
Working with our partners, we've served nearly 4,700 meals and snacks.
Mobilized over 400 Red Cross disaster workers —92 percent volunteers— to help shelter, feed, and support people.
All numbers reported on this page are cumulative and represent Red Cross response efforts for Hurricane Barry as of July 16, 2019.
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