Idabel, Oklahoma (KTAL/KSHV) – Homes, businesses and schools in Southeast Oklahoma and East Texas were devastated during Friday’s storms, but you can help. is part of an organization that helps victims of the storm.
The American Red Cross estimates that 185 structures in Idabel were damaged and dozens of residents are now homeless. One of his men was found dead in his home north of Idabel. Any damage to your home or business should be reported online to the Oklahoma Emergency Management Agency.
Bypass Church of Christ helps the people of Idabel who lost their homes in the storm. Information is provided on refreshments and water, cleaning supplies, mobile phone charging, and recovery services from the Red Cross and partner agencies. Free tetanus vaccinations are available Mondays from 9am to 3pm.
Oklahoma Baptist Disaster Relief provides chainsaw jobs in Idabel, prepares meals, and helps clear up debris. The McCarten County Emergency Management Department is asking residents to push debris to the curb instead of carrying it. He hopes the DEQ dump site will be approved as early as Monday, according to the McCarten County Sheriff’s Office.
The Idabel Baptist Church in S. Central will have a crew on the roof of its registrants free of charge. Hilltop Hardware and Lumber also provides 1/2 inch plywood for the affected areas of Idabel.
The Texas Emergency Management Agency conducts iSTAT victim surveys in English and Spanish.
The NWS investigative team found at least 10 single-family and manufactured homes destroyed in Clarksville. Clarksville’s Double R Cowboy Church provides food, drink, and facilities for those in need.
The damage survey team was unable to reach the Titus County area on Saturday and had to confirm the path of the damage, but the damage expanded west of Daingerfield in Cass County. One person in the area died when the
Residents of Bowie, Greg, Red River, and Titus counties are eligible to apply for financial and direct services through FEMA. Residents of Bowie County, Camp County, Cass County, Delta County, Franklin County, Hopkins County, Lamar County, Marion County, Morris County, Raines County, Red River County and Titus County should call the local Red Cross in Texarkana You can contact them at (903) 793-5602.
In Hughes Springs, a volunteer fire station was completely destroyed. KETK reports that the building’s roof has been lost and the structure can be seen in full view. Fire Chief Jay Cates says it’s a total loss.CR 2980’s 1st Assembly of God organizes tornado relief efforts in the area.
Paris was also hit particularly hard. Lamar Point Baptist Church accepts donations for tornado victims in the area. Donations will be used for residents of Lamar Point and Cabiness who lost their homes in the storm and whose phones were damaged.
Morris County Judge Doe Reader said in a Facebook post Monday that volunteer fire departments in the area are in need of funds and supplies. and Rocky Branch Volunteer Fire Department.
Here are some GoFundMes for people whose homes have been destroyed. These are verified by GoFundMe, but not independently verified by KTAL/KMSS. Donations to private fundraisers are at your own risk.
GoFundMe has launched a centralized hub for all verified fundraising activities related to these tornadoes and storms.
If you know of a local organization that helps storm victims, you can submit it here.
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