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Red Cross discusses flood relief while dealing with the pandemic

We spoke with Chris Harmon, the Regional Disaster Officer for the American Red Cross about the miscommunication residents can feel after a natural disaster.

Posted: Jul 29, 2020 8:24 AM

(ST. JOSEPH, Mo.) After a natural disaster, frustrations with local agencies trying to help is common.

We spoke with Chris Harmon, the Regional Disaster Officer for the American Red Cross about the miscommunication residents are feeling.

If you need assistance from the American Red Cross, call 816-841-5205.

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Warm air is in place over northeast Missouri and northeast Kansas on Thursday. Temperatures made it into the lower 50's on Thursday with light winds across the mid west. A pool of cold air is up to the north of the area and will head our way. The cold front will work its way through the region Thursday night with cooler weather behind it for the end of the week.
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