Local American Red Cross volunteers, other Coloradans in Florida during Hurricane Ian

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More than 500 trained Red Cross disaster workers are currently on the ground in Florida, helping those escaping Hurricane Ian. Several of those workers are volunteers from Colorado Springs. Truckloads of blankets, comfort kits, and relief supplies were sent to Florida days ago. 13,000 people spent last night in American Red Cross shelters and partner shelters across Florida to escape the storm.
Published 2 months ago

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