One Chautauqua County resident is headed to SC to assist in the The American Red Cross and its efforts to prepare for Hurricane Dorian.
The Red Cross has more than 200 trucks loaded with supplies and emergency response vehicles for mobile feeding en-route to Florida, in addition to supplies already stocked in state. They are Diane Dellacornio-Thomas of Harpursville and Christina Passela of Bainbridge.
The governors of Florida, Georgia and SC ordered mandatory evacuations for some coastal residents.
Packing sustained winds of 185 miles per hour (295 kilometre per hour), Dorian crashed onshore in the Abacos Islands, in the northwest of the Bahamas, as the strongest storm ever to hit the Caribbean chain. In preparation for Hurricane Dorian, 200 Bahamas Red Cross volunteers are on alert.
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While the exact path of the huge hurricane is still somewhat uncertain, millions of people in the Southeastern U.S. may be impacted.
IFRC said it had released 250,000 Swiss francs ($252,000, 230,000 euros) from its Disaster Relief Emergency Fund to bolster the initial response to the crisis, and to provide some 500 families with emergency shelter assistance.
With the holiday weekend and approaching hurricane expected to disrupt blood donations, we urge eligible individuals in parts of the country unaffected by the storm to roll up a sleeve to give today.
Red Cross volunteer Don Speck says "Blood drives might be canceled.as well, and typically summers are a time when more people are on vacation".