Local Red Cross volunteer heads to Oklahoma to help - Tucson News Now

Local Red Cross volunteer heads to Oklahoma to help

TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The national office of the American Red Cross has sent a local disaster volunteer to Norman, Okla. to help tornado victims recover.  

Pat Dillingham will help relieve volunteers who have been on the ground helping families since  the tornadoes hit.

Tucson-based World Care also continues to help storm victims.  Another truck loaded with relief supplies left Tuesday.  It marks $1 million worth of aid that's now gone out to tornado victims in Oklahoma.

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