Red Cross Volunteers Help Dozens After Apartment Fire in Myrtle Beach
April 07, 2020
Disaster-trained volunteers with the American Red Cross of South Carolina are helping more than 50 people after an apartment fire along Rexford Court in Myrtle Beach Monday evening.
Team members provided financial assistance for immediate needs to the families impacted.
“Our thoughts are with everyone impacted by this evening's massive fire,” said Amy Brauner, the Executive Director of the Eastern SC Chapter. “The Red Cross remains committed to helping residents recover from the blaze.”
In addition to immediate needs, Red Cross team members are providing mental and spiritual care assistance to anyone that may need it. The Red Cross will continue to stay in contact with its partners to see if any additional assistance is needed.
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