Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services Respond To Condo Evacuation In Waukesha

December 03, 2021
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Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services Respond To Condo Evacuation In Waukesha

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Salvation Army Emergency Disaster Services Respond To Condo Evacuation In Waukesha

WAUKESHA – The Salvation Army of Waukesha’s Emergency Disaster Services (EDS) team responded to the condo evacuation in Waukesha Thursday night.

The EDS team assisted evacuees with housing for two nights, and provided hot beverages to the first responders and evacuees from their canteen (mobile feeding unit).

We will provide more details as they become available.

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