Organizations helping those displaced by the wildfires

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LOGAN COUNTY, Okla. – Multiple organizations across Oklahoma are lending their resources to firefighters and residents during the vicious wildfires Oklahoma is experiencing.

An American Red Cross shelter remains open at Community Church at 512 E. Seward Road in Guthrie.  The American Red Cross is providing food and a place to sleep for residents that have been evacuated.

VERIZON WIRELESS is offering wildfire victims access to emergency phones, internet and charging stations at the Community Church.

American Red Cross, Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief and the Salvation Army are providing meals to first responders and residents who have been displaced by the fire.

Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief is providing Ash-Out Teams to help homeowners in Logan County clear fire debris from burned properties. They also have chaplains on scene.

Oklahoma Department of Agriculture reports livestock are being sheltered at the Lazy E Arena at 9600 Lazy E Drive in Guthrie. Stray small animals are being sheltered at the Guthrie Animal Shelter at 415 W. Commerce Blvd. in Guthrie.

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