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ERVs on Parade

What are these Emergency Response Vehicles (ERVs) doing? They actually aren’t in a parade, but are delivering much needed items to residents in Minot, ND who are cleaning up their homes after the historic flooding that occurred recently in their town. As of Sunday night, 258 people were still staying in Red Cross shelters in the area. Red Cross workers have been working nonstop since the flooding began and will continue to be there for the long haul. They are handing out clean up kits, conducting case work, and more. Get a glimpse of what they are doing:

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  1. Leaving from Virginia tomorrow morning 3 am, for a 3-wk deployment to Minot, as an EMT in Health Services. Hope to make new Red Crosser friends & meet DSHR buddies. Can’t wait to serve the people of Minot. I’m so glad their airport opened; saves me many hours on the road & in the sky. Will be writing my Red Cross Deployment Journal & posting on WordPress.