The American Red Cross team in northeast Ohio travels to Louisiana to help the victims of Hurricane Ida

CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) – The American Red Cross Northeast took a trip to Louisiana to offer the individuals after Hurricane Ida Category 4 ravaged it this weekend break.

” I simply returned from offering alleviation to Tropical Storm Henri on Saturday,” stated Tom Revolinsky, the American Red Cross catastrophe program supervisor in northeast Ohio.

Revolinsky and also his rarely had an opportunity to remainder after their job to the clean- up deal with Tropical Storm Henri.

” I heard it on the radio today. It’s a little terrifying, “stated Tracie Endress of the American Red Cross of Northeast Ohio.

At one factor, Idas’ 145 miles per hour winds rooted out trees and also harmed structures.

“We simply listened to that there are substantial power outages. We’re going to drive an IRV. It will certainly either do the feeding or disperse materials like cleaning up packages. Or whatever they require to help them, “stated Revolinsky.

Ida hit Louisiana on the 16 th wedding anniversary of Hurricane Katrina destructive the state, restoring heartbreaking memories.

” I recognize when I was down in the past, individuals came that were in fact influenced by it. You asked us what we can do and also it resembled, ‘I’m right here for you’ however you ask me what you can do which is simply heartfelt to me, “stated Endress.

The Northeast American Red Cross will certainly be back residence in 2 weeks.

The American Red Cross is seeking even more volunteers. If you’re interested in assisting, connect to them.

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