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Red Cross now operating or partnering with 15 shelters in Nebraska and Iowa

Posted: 10:03 AM, Mar 15, 2019
Updated: 2019-03-15 20:57:56Z
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FREMONT, Neb. (KMTV) — The American Red Cross is operating or partnering with 15 shelters in Nebraska and Southwest Iowa to assist those who have been displaced from their homes due to flooding and blizzard conditions.

The shelters are:

- Council Bluffs, Iowa (Hader Fire Hall, 101 Front Street)
- Missouri Valley, Nebraska (Rand Community Center, 100 S. 4th Street)
- Norfolk, Nebraska (Luthern High Northeast, 2010 N. 37th Street)
- Norfolk, Nebraska (Bel Air Elementary School, 1101 N. 18th Street)
- Norfolk, Nebraska (Sacred Heart Elementary School, 2301 Madison Avenue)
- North Loup, Nebraska (North Loup Community Center, 112 S, B Street)
- Pierce, Nebraska (Pierce Fire Department, 106 1st Street)
- Plattsmouth, Nebraska (Plattsmouth Community Center, 308 S. 18th Street)
- Randolph, Nebraska (Randolph City Auditorium, 119 N. Main Street)
- St. Edward, Nebraska (St. Edward City Hall, 1302 State Highway 39)

Anybody who has been displaced from their home is encouraged to come and should bring essentials for their family, including:
- medications
- Identification
- Extra clothing, pillows, blankets, hygiene supplies and other comfort items
- Supplies for children and infants such as diapers, formula and toys

The shelters will remain open as long as necessary. The Red Cross is also working closely with local emergency management officials to coordinate relief services.