EBRO — Local Red Cross leadership, in coordination with Emergency Managers in Gulf, Holmes and Washington Counties, announced today the following information regarding shelter openings.
Red Cross in coordination with Washington County Emergency Management will be opening a shelter for those seeking refuge from rising waters. The shelter located at Ebro City Hall, 6620 Dog Track Road will open at 9 a.m. on Tuesday morning. Residents who decide to take advantage of the shelter should bring the following items with them:
Diapers, infant formula, baby foods if needed
Bedding, pillows, blankets, etc.
Puzzles, books, small games for children
Special foods for restricted diets
Gulf and Holmes counties are on standby and monitoring the developing situation. Emergency Managers and Red Cross officials will re-evaluate tomorrow morning.
Residents are advised to heed warnings from local government officials. Stay tuned to media for future announcements regarding shelter openings and relief operations.
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