Local Salvation Army Major on the Ground in Flood Ravaged Texas
Tuesday, September 5, 2017 12:41 pm
The cleanup from Hurricane Harvey continues along coastal Texas and a local Salvation Army officer is in the middle of it. Major Joe Irvin of the Salvation Army of Rutherford and Cannon Counties is in the Houston area, helping to serve hot meals and give cold drinks to storm victims...
Irvin - in an interview with NewsRadio WGNS from Houston - talks about the destruction being as far as the eye can see. They've been in an area the past few days near Cypress Creek...
Major Irvin has been a part of disaster relief in the aftermath of many storms. He says while no storm is the same, there are some similarities between Harvey and past storms like Katrina...
With Hurricane Irma churning at sea with the United States in her crosshairs, relief organizations like the Salvation Army need your help. If you'd like to give to the Salvation Army's relief efforts, we have details on our website at WGNSRadio.com, keyword Harvey.
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