Volunteers with the Nebraska - Southwest Iowa Region of the American Red Cross are back east ready to help the victims of Hurricane Sandy.
Red Cross spokesperson Allison Roach says local volunteers will spend anywhere from 14 to 21 days at disaster sites and will provide counseling, medical care, food and shelter to the victims. Roach says they currently have 112 shelters and they could remain in operation for up to one month. Roach says the best way Nebraskans can help is make a donation to the Red Cross or by giving blood.
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