Severe weather raised havoc over the past weeks. Eleven states in the Midwest, mid-Atlantic, and the South had damage from tornadoes.
Rapid Response Services Cleanup
“Nothing in life compares to helping a neighbor in need.” In the Bible, Jesus redefines our neighbor as anyone we can help in time of need. Our neighbors in Kentucky certainly needed that helping hand. In the days immediately after the flooding, Ruthie and I met a lot of people struggling to find a way… Read more
As soon as the Hurricane Ian flood waters recede, our team members plan to visit those areas to research the damages.
Hurricane Ian makes landfall in Florida as a category 4 hurricane with winds of 155 mph. The storm is predicted to continue overnight.
Hurricane Fiona in Puerto Rico dumped 15-24 inches of rain in some places after its landfall early Monday.
Record rainfall caused severe flooding in Kentucky last week. People in eastern KY share their stories of trying to escape as waters rose.
William found a number for (DRS) and called, asking for help. He said that, even if DRS couldn’t help, he needed someone to look at his house
Candace* and her family are among the thousands affected by last weekend’s deadly tornadoes. “I have been living in this house for twenty years”
Rapid Response teams are responding to the aftermath of deadly tornadoes last weekend with cleanup help. We are working in two locations.
At this time, teams are doing cleanup tornado damage work in Mayfield, Kentucky; Fredonia, Kentucky; and Dickson, Tennessee.
Citizens of Kentucky, Tennessee, Arkansas, continue to grapple with the effects of deadly tornadoes that wreaked devastation last weekend.
As many as 100 people are feared dead in deadly tornadoes that ripped through multiple states late Friday night and early Saturday morning.
Hurricane Ida, a category 4 storm, hit southern Louisiana on Sunday afternoon. Ida struck on the 16 anniversary of Hurricane Katrina.
Join us in praying for the many people affected by this severe flooding in Tennessee. If you wish to help CAM’s Rapid Response Services teams
The tornado reduced their house to rubble. Miraculously, they were saved and unscathed. Rapid Response responded to the tornado destruction.