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Red Cross to Help People Displaced by Apartment Fire

Red Cross to Help People Displaced by Apartment Fire



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(KSL News) It will cost more than $20,000 to help some of the people displaced by a fire in Washington Terrace.

Nearly 60 people were displaced by the fire yesterday. Most were able to move in with friends and family.

The Northern Utah Chapter of the American Red Cross has set up a shelter for about 20 people who couldn't find temporary shelter. The organization is looking for temporary housing for them in other apartment complexes.

Red Cross to Help People Displaced by Apartment Fire

It is a costly proposition for the agency, which was already looking at a budget deficit for the year of between $20,000 and $60,000.

If you would like to donate to the Red Cross to help out, click on the link to the right.

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