Large amounts of rain across north Florida are generating flash flooding in and around Alachua, Marion, Suwanee, Gilchrist, Lafayette and Columbia counties. While the extent of damage is unknown, FLA Division is putting canteens on stand-by for deployment as needed.
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Note the following report from Lanita Lloyd in Georgia Division … The Covington GA service center canteen has been deployed to Mansfield, Georgia (Newton County). The crew consists of 3 trained disaster volunteers. There has been some damage due to a reported tornado touchdown. The unit is responding at the request of local emergency management […]
Emergency Disaster Services Bulletin – Red Shield Canteen Deploying to I-85 Bridge Collapse in Atlanta
San Antonio, TX – In the late evening of Sunday, February 19, a severe storm system moved through San Antonio, Texas, causing significant damage to homes and businesses in the north of the city. Salvation Army staff spent Monday morning assessing the damage in the worst hit areas where three tornado touch downs were reported. […]