The Red Cross is assisting three adults, two small children and an infant (6 months) with financial assistance for immediate needs that can include food, clothing and lodging. They have also been provided toiletry items, blankets and stuffed animals. A Red Cross health services volunteer is also working to replace prescription medications, dentures and eyeglasses as well.
SMOKE ALARMS SAVE LIVES Install smoke alarms on every level of the home and outside each sleeping area. Put a smoke alarm inside every bedroom. Because smoke rises, put the alarms on the ceiling or high on the wall. Test the smoke alarms regularly. Install new batteries every year. Get new smoke alarms every ten years.