Sunday, April 15, 2012

Red Cross Races to Woodward, Oklahoma

Just hours after a tornado roared through Woodward, Oklahoma, the American Red Cross established a safe shelter for the displaced residents. When the sun came up, it shined brightly on how much the families in this community have lost. Dan Halyburton, a volunteer from North Texas, made his way to Oklahoma immediately to help out. This video is a birds-eye view of what Dan has seen across the area.
To help the families down the street, across the nation and around the globe who are affected by disasters like this, click on, text REDCROSS to 90999 or call 800-RED-CROSS. We thank you.

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