Red Cross volunteers and staff worked on a damage assessment and sheltering exercise Friday that simulated their response to two simulated tornadoes, setting up two shelters in Kingstree and North Myrtle Beach. Shelter Lead Beth Fletcher works on entering their shelter sites into the National  Shelter System.  Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com
Red Cross volunteers and staff worked on a damage assessment and sheltering exercise Friday that simulated their response to two simulated tornadoes, setting up two shelters in Kingstree and North Myrtle Beach. Shelter Lead Beth Fletcher works on entering their shelter sites into the National Shelter System. Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com The Sun News
Red Cross volunteers and staff worked on a damage assessment and sheltering exercise Friday that simulated their response to two simulated tornadoes, setting up two shelters in Kingstree and North Myrtle Beach. Shelter Lead Beth Fletcher works on entering their shelter sites into the National Shelter System. Photo by Steve Jessmore sjessmore@thesunnews.com The Sun News

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