Monday, August 13, 2012

Mother Nature Brings Hurricane-Like Winds Followed by High Temperatures For Cleanup

Volunteer crews loaded up early this morning and fanned out across Tarrant and Johnson counties to provide much needed support to those who woke up this morning with no power and destruction caused by last night's severe weather. With extremely high temperatures expected, their work today ensures those working in today's conditions stay hydrated.

With volunteer crews still on-scene supporting firefighting efforts that began over the weekend and now responding to neighborhoods hit hard by the hurricane-like winds, the American Red Cross continues to need your support. If you wish to support the Red Cross by volunteering or donating, please visit or text 90999 to REDCROSS make a $10 donation.

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