Red Cross opens shelters across flooded areas of the Ozarks

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BRANSON MO NEWS: The American Red Cross of Southern Missouri has opened two shelters, one in Anderson, Mo and one in Branson, Mo., to assist people affected by the storms and flooding that continue to affect Southern Missouri.
The shelters are located at the First Baptist Church, 1 Friendship Lane in Anderson and the Branson United Methodist, 1208 W. Highway 76, Branson. Individuals and families from those areas who are impacted by the on-going emergency situation are encouraged to visit the nearest shelter location for food, water and a place to spend the night. Anyone needing to utilize the shelter for overnight accommodations due to being evacuated should bring a couple of day’s supply of all medications, clean clothing and any comfort items.
Red Cross partner agencies will also be opening shelters in the following communities at these locations:
-Old Reed Springs Middle School Calvary Baptist Church
-Hwys 76 & 413 2650 Oak Ridge Extension
-Reeds Spring, MO 65737 Neosho, MO 64850
-Winona Senior Center United Methodist Church

-212 Sapper St. 1600 North Central
-Winona, MO 65588 Monett, MO 65708
Red Cross teams continue to work with Emergency Management offices throughout Southern Missouri to assess the situation in other communities and determine what families impacted by the severe weather might need.
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