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American Red Cross helps flood families

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by Nick Delgado

Guam - More than 22 families received help from the American Red Cross - since the floods hit the island on Friday, and the count continues to climb. Guam Chapter Emergency Services Director David Peredo says they have been conducting home visits to assess the residence's that received flood damage. He says families have since been put in hotels as needed, and provided clean up kits.

He said, "We've put up seven families consisting of 23 total people and hoping that they can start recovering their daily lives going back home and making whatever arraignments they need to get back on their feet again."

He says if anyone else in the community requires assistance to contact them immediately at 472-6217.

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