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The Calhoun family almost didn't escape the wildfire that devastated eastern Tennessee. Still, they continue to give thanks to not only their mysterious angel, but to the American Red Cross and the volunteers at the shelter in the Rocky Top Sports Complex.

Tennessee Family Seeking “Angel” That Saved Their Lives

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yesterday at 14:15. Facebook
Today, 75 years after the attacks on Pearl Harbor, we honor those who have served and sacrificed to defend our freedoms. Before the attack, Red Cross first aid teams and nurses practiced air raid drills. Within minutes of the first attack, they provided first aid and transportation for both military and civilians.
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12/06/2016 at 17:43. Facebook
“When he is receiving a blood transfusion you can watch the transformation taking place. When done with a transfusion he is energized and ready to get back to living life to its fullest," said Caleb’s mom. Caleb began fighting a rare form of bone cancer at age 16. His family is grateful to the generous blood and platelet donors who help him face this challenge. Donations often decline during...
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12/05/2016 at 17:30. Facebook
We've been honored to get to know some the people who have been directly impacted by the recent wildfires in Tennessee. Here are their stories.
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12/04/2016 at 14:59. Facebook
Many of us have been touched by the devastating wildfires in Tennessee—whether directly as residents or indirectly as concerned citizens with big hearts. As the Red Cross responds to the needs of the impacted community, we know that timely and accurate information is critical. Here are answers to common questions we've seen as well as clarification on some misunderstandings around our work. [...
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Frequently Asked Questions: Gaitlinburg, Pigeon Forge Wildfire Response

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American Red Cross
12/02/2016 at 15:45. Facebook
Are you prepared for a home fire? Take our quiz to find out! [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
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12/01/2016 at 19:14. Facebook
Overseas experiences can be exciting, educational - and often unpredictable. This CPR-trained student's quick actions on the streets of Spain taught us that you can never be too prepared! Tre'von's story: [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
American Red Cross disaster responder Bob Wallace listens as Red Cross shelter residents Rev. Riley Fenley and his wife Patricia share their ordeal in escaping the wildfires in Tennessee. The Fenleys are visiting Gatlinburg from Griffin Circle, Georgia. “We’ve come up here for 21 years,” shared Particia. But this time their chalet was directly in the path of a wildfire. "We got out safe and...
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Hurricane Otto slammed into Nicaragua, Costa Rica and Panama late last week, damaging buildings, roads and bridges and forcing people to leave their homes. Find out how the global Red Cross network is helping: [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
On the last stop of our virtual road trip, we meet a resident of Hawaii who shares her harrowing account of flooding during Tropical Storm Darby. In the midst of a painful clean-up process, Red Cross volunteers brought glimmers of hope as they went door-to-door assisting with everyone’s needs. “Where else can you find help like that?" she shares. Read more stories like these, and please...
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This summer we met Edythe in Lake Isabella, California, after wild fires forced her to evacuate. At a local shelter, Red Cross workers sought to make her feel at home. “The Red Cross has really been good, and I couldn't believe they took care of the co-payments on my prescriptions because that is what worried me," she shared. With your support, we’re able to help so many who have been touched...
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When waters began to rise in March, Slade Strickland's ranch in Deweyville, Texas, flooded for the first time. Luckily, he and his cattle were able to evacuate just in time. While his house is a complete loss, he shared with the Red Cross that he continues to be thankful for having made it out. Read his story and others in our interactive map, and learn how you can give hope this holiday...
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Join us in West Virginia to meet one of the volunteers who answered the call to help when the state was struck by the worst flooding in 100 years. With his and others' help, we were able to provide over 198,400 meals and snacks, 133,000 relief items, and more than 2,300 overnight shelter stays to those in need. And with your support, the Red Cross continues to perform our lifesaving work all...
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Today we're embarking on a virtual, cross-country road trip to introduce you to some of the extraordinary people we’ve met this year. We begin in North Carolina, a state hit hard by Hurricane Matthew, where Red Cross shelter manager Mark and his very special service dog Ember cared for families touched by the storm. Read their heartwarming story and others, and consider donating to bring hope...
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We've met some extraordinary people over the past year who have humbled and inspired us. That’s why we’re headed on a virtual road trip to share their stories on #GivingTuesday, a day dedicated to giving back. Check in tomorrow to join us!
A former lifeguard and CPR instructor, Justin Everett never imagined his skills would be needed so close to home. But after using his training to save the life of his little girl, Justin got a permanent reminder of just how important it is to be CPR-trained. [ Rdcrss.org Link ]
Thank you for being a part of our family. #HappyThanksgiving