Red Cross opens two shelters in flood affected south central Missouri

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ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI) – The American Red Cross is responding to the calls for help in south central Missouri from flash flooding that has devastated areas in the counties of Phelps, Pulaski, Maries and Miller.

Volunteers have been sent to the affected counties above, in support of providing shelter, emotional support and food those displaced by the flooding.

14 volunteers have set up a shelter in Pulaski County, at the St. Roberts Community Center at 114 J.H. Williamson Drive.  Red Cross volunteers are also delivering meals to people in the affected areas.  A second shelter has been opened in Lake Ozark, Missouri at the Christ the King Lutheran Church at 1700 Bagnell Dam Blvd., for those being evacuated from Camp Bagnell.

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