Salvation Army Stands Ready with Resources After Nicholas
The Salvation Army has resources ready to meet the immediate needs of survivors and first responders of Hurricane Nicholas in Texas and Louisiana. Nicholas comes soon after Hurricane Ida ravaged the Gulf Coast and left a path of destruction all the way to New England.
“The Salvation Army stands ready to meet immediate needs wherever they exist,” said Kenneth G. Hodder, national commander of the Salvation Army. “Our emergency response experts were preparing ahead of the storm’s landfall, and we will help the affected communities for as long as recovery takes.”
Nicholas threatens flooding in Texas and Louisiana after making landfall as a Category 1 hurricane last night. Trained emergency response teams are already in place and can mobilize a response operation very quickly.
said Alvin Migues, emergency disaster services director for the Salvation Army in Texas.
Salvation Army disaster personnel are also collaborating with federal, state and local emergency management agencies, and other partners to monitor ongoing impacts and adapt response efforts as needed.
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