The Salvation Army Responding to Dallas Area Tornadoes

May 15, 2013
Philip Burn | philip_burn@uss.salvationarmy.org | (214) 956-6243

Dallas, TX (May 15, 2013) - The Salvation Army quickly responded in the North Texas communities of Granbury and Cleburne after tornados caused significant damage and injuries late on Wednesday evening.

Three Salvation Army Disaster Canteens (mobile kitchens) have been deployed from the Dallas Fort Worth area and two additional units have been placed on stand-by. The Salvation Army Disaster teams are providing refreshment and spiritual and emotional support to the first responders and residents affected by the storms.

Further updated information will follow as it released.
 

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