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Volunteers from the Ozarks are in Texas to help in the aftermath of Hurricane Dolly. KSMU's Michele Skalicky has more.
Two Red Cross Disaster Action Team Members left yesterday for Texas. Red Cross Spokesperson Joanne Moore says the volunteers took the Red Cross's Emergency Response Vehicle.
"They'll probably be doing mobile feeding, and they would also help with distribution of supplies such as cleanup kits and water."
According to Moore, the Red Cross always has a need for disaster relief volunteers. Those who want to become one must go thru a series of classes.
"Usually it's shelter operations, mass care. We do have people in the health field as well, like we will deploy nurses from time to time. First they would have to do an orientation, and we do offer orientation on the second Tuesday of each month."
To find out more about becoming a Red Cross Disaster Relief Volunteer, call toll free 1-866-206-0256 and ask for volunteer services. For KSMU News, I'm Michele Skalicky.