Red Cross Opens First Central Alabama Shelter for Issac Evacuees
Gulf Coast residents continue to seek shelter from the storm. The first American Red Cross shelter in our area has opened to those fleeing from Hurricane Isaac.
It's all hands on deck. The Red Cross has opened a shelter at Aldersgate United Methodist Church, off Vaughn Road.
"Probably a lot of broken windows, the roof will need to be repaired," said Dorsey, "Just hopefully you could come back, because ain't no place like home."
Red Cross says they will continue to monitor the weather and how many people they have coming in to determine how long they will stay open.
If this shelter gets to 75 percent capacity, they have others on standby that they will open.
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