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American Red Cross works tirelessly to help in recovery

The American Red Cross is working in our area and trying to help those who have been affected by the storm.

Everyday American Red Cross crews are going out into neighborhoods after they have been assessed and giving out necessities.

Some American Red Cross workers in our area are working 20 hours a day to help those most affected by last weeks damaging flood.

Jerry Kindle- American Red Cross of Northwest Florida
"We've passed out about 2100 clean up kits, over 7500 meals and snacks between our shelter and our reach out.

Hundreds of volunteers have come out of the 'wood work' to help. In Escambia County alone, in the past 6 days, more than 50 people have just joined the American Red Cross as a volunteer. But there are still many needs that must be met.

Jerry Kindle- American Red Cross of Northwest Florida
"We need volunteers. We need donations. We would like a tractor trailer full of water right now. That would be cool."

And although there is a long road ahead of them, the volunteers with the American Red Cross say they are standing by their neighbors, friends and family and plan to continue their work well after everything has been cleaned up.

The American Red Cross of Northwest Florida has a shelter for flood victims at the Fricker Community Center, 900 North F Street in Pensacola.