Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services, Chaplains Called To Incident In Waukesha

November 21, 2021
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Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services, Chaplains Called To Incident In Waukesha

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Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services, Chaplains Called To Incident In Waukesha

WAUKESHA – The Salvation Army of Wisconsin and Upper Michigan was called out by Emergency Management after an incident at the Waukesha Christmas parade Sunday night.

Our Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) team is currently on the scene with our canteen (mobile feeding unit) providing food and hydration to first responders and community members. Chaplains are also on scene providing emotional and spiritual care.

We will provide more details as they become available.

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