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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois 1h
Based on need in the Rockford area, the will operate this shelter in Machesney Park tonight and as flood evacuations continue Riverside Community Church 6816 N. Second Street MACHESNEY PARK If you have a need for a safe, warm place to stay please call us (877)597-0747
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois 7h
Red Cross is helping Freeport residents displaced by flooding. Volunteers are providing comfort kits, food, and health and mental health services to those affected. Anyone needing assistance after flooding can call the Red Cross dispatch line 1-877-597-0747.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois 13h
Shelter Update: The Red Cross of Northwest Illinois has a shelter open in Freeport and is ready to help people in the surrounding areas affected by severe flooding. Call us at 877-597-0747 if you have been evacuated and need shelter.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois 14h
The is ready to help you at the location below. Please call our dispatch line at 1-877-597-0747 before coming to this shelter.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois 17h
Together we provide urgently needed Red Cross services to help families get back on their feet. today! Learn more:
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 17
If you are in the Rockford or Freeport area, the has shelter options that can help you if you have been evacuated. Call our dispatch line 1(877)597-0747 - if you need a place to stay due to flooding.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 17
Rising river levels have caused flooding concerns across northern counties. Learn more about flood safety here:
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DuPage County OHSEM Mar 16
Glad to have Rebecca Socha talking about severe weather preparedness today
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 15
Bomb Cyclone: Red Cross Responds to Blizzards, Floods:
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 15
The Red Cross is helping 34 people, affected by a fire in a 24-unit apartment complex in South Chicago Heights. Volunteers are providing immediate disaster relief, including food, a safe place to stay, and emotional support for all families affected by the fire.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 15
Thank you to the volunteers who responded 20 years ago to this tragic disaster in the @VilliageofBourb We remember your service and think about all involved in this incident.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 15
Live or work near the ? Stop by one of our upcoming blood drives and help save a life!
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 15
Provided assistance to approximately 30 people in 18 families in South Chicago Heights last night as an aftereffect of a fire in a 24 unit apartment complex. The assistance was in the form of shelter, food, clothing and emotional comfort.
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 15
Cada día 7 personas pierden la vida en incendios domésticos. La Cruz Roja instala alarmas de humo completamente GRATIS. Visite para hacer una cita. Las alarmas de humo salvan vidas!
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 14
On the scene of a fire affecting 24 apartment units in South Chicago Heights to determine what services are needed for the displaced residents.
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American Red Cross Mar 14
The could cause prolonged major flooding as it moves east. With community partners, we've opened 20 shelters where over 750 people sought refuge overnight:
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Chicago OEMC Mar 14
NotifyChicago: A Tornado Watch is in effect for City of Chicago and Cook County from now until 5:00pm Thursday, March 14. Be prepared to seek shelter.
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Heart of America Mar 14
WANTED: Blood drive hosts to join us & help save lives this spring & summer! Groups of all sizes can host successful drives. Learn more & get started at
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American Red Cross Mar 14
After losing their son to a home fire, these parents installed nearly 3,000 smoke alarms to prevent others from going through the grief they experienced. Find out how you can join them:
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American Red Cross of Chicago & Northern Illinois Mar 14
The potential of severe weather is impacting our region. Have you downloaded the Red Cros emergency app for alerts and preparedness information right at your fingertips?
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