Red Cross Mobilizing Volunteers to Help in West Liberty

Reported by: Christine Winter
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Updated: 3/03/2012 12:57 am
The American Red Cross Bluegrass Chapter is mobilizing volunteers to help with disaster relief in West Liberty.

That's after reports Friday night of widespread damage, injuries and deaths the Morgan County community.

The Red Cross is assessing the situation across the state.

It says its trained volunteers will be sent out as needed.

The National Weather Service reported around 6:15 pm Friday that Morgan County law enforcement officers inside a vehicle had been hit by a tornado.

Meanwhile the Morehead Fire Department says Morgan County officials are asking surrounding areas to send ambulances and search and rescue crews to help.


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