Red Cross opens shelters for tornado victims

Posted on: 11:10 pm, May 19, 2013, by and , updated on: 11:46pm, May 20, 2013

Moore tornado damage - May 20

Moore tornado damage - May 20

The Red Cross will be opening a shelter at St. Andrews Church at S.W. 119th St. and S. May Ave.

The City of Oklahoma City is also using this location as a reunification site.

The National Red Cross will be bringing food and necessities Tuesday morning.

Red Cross Shelter Locations:

Moore Community Center
201 S. Howard
Moore OK

Absentee Shawnee Tribe Little Axe Resource Center
Carney Senior Center
301 E Maple
Carney

Shawnee Athletic Center
(Shawnee High School)
1001 North Kennedy
Shawnee, OK

The Red Cross said the best way to assist families is to make a donation to www.redcross.org/okc or www.redcross.org or texting REDCROSS to 90999 to make a $10 donation.

Safeandwell.org is the Red Cross site where you can register yourself as safe, or search for friends and family members.

Other facilities open to tornado victims:

University of Oklahoma – student housing (Norman)

Oklahoma Baptist University – student housing (Shawnee)

Graceway Baptist Church, located at 1100 S.W. 104th in Oklahoma City.

Oakcrest Church of Christ at 1111 S.W. 89th Street in Moore.

Victory Church, located 4300 North MacArthur in Oklahoma City.

Journey Church in Noran I-35 and Tecumseh Road is open as a shelter.

Fifth Street Missionary Baptist Church, located at 801 N.E. 5th St. Oklahoma City.

St. Andrews Church, located at S.W. 119th and May.

Trinity Church of the Nazarene is open as an emergency shelter. It is located at 7301 S. Walker, just on the north side of I-240.

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