SALT LAKE CITY -- The American Red Cross is helping thousands of people as tornadoes, flooding and wildfires continue to wreak havoc across a large part of the United States.
These latest storms come on the heels of two weeks of deadly weather which has disrupted people's lives from North Dakota to the East Coast. Red Cross disaster teams are working around the clock in the affected areas, providing people with shelter, meals, emotional support and supplies to help with clean-up efforts
In Utah, 11 Red Cross volunteers have been deployed to North Carolina, Alabama, and Mississippi to assist with relief efforts there. Their duties range from nursing to managing fleets of Emergency Response Vehicles (ERVs).