Hurricane

Responding to Eta and Iota

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November 19, 2020 – Members of the Heart to Heart International disaster response team have arrived in Honduras. The team was greeted by members of the Honduran government as well as representatives from the Pan American Health Organization. The team will travel tomorrow to a remote region, cut off from aid by the flooded roads... 

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Providing help after Hurricane Laura

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Right place, right time –  When Hurricane Laura hit Louisiana in August, Jackie White, Medical Director at The Health Hut in Ruston, Louisiana, found herself in a unique position to help people troughout the state. White’s neighbor runs the North Louisiana Disaster Relief (through a ministry called Rolling Hills), and the group was bringing 18... 

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Relief sent for Hurricane Sally

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September 17, 2020 – Hurricane Sally made landfall near Gulf Shores as a Category 2 hurricane on Wednesday, September 16. Two people have been reported dead. Rivers in the Florida Panhandle and Alabama are rising as Hurricane Sally dumped 20-30 inches of rain in some areas. Nearly 600 search and rescue missions have been conducted... 

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Sally heads toward land

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September 14, 2020 – The National Hurricane Center warns that Tropical Storm Sally will strengthen into a Category 1 hurricane and is expected to be a dangerous slow-moving hurricane near the coast of southeastern Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama during the next 2-3 days. The storm is predicted to make landfall Tuesday morning in Louisiana, less... 

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