Displaced People Wait at Potterville High School

By: Lori Dougovito Email
By: Lori Dougovito Email

Potterville High School was open for those displaced by the storm and for those looking for loved ones.

Luke Kinnison was there with his mom and their roommate. He was in the basement of his Vermontville home when the storm hit. "I can't even describe the sound...it was like a piercing howl," he said.

Friday night, the American Red Cross set up a service center to address the immediate needs. Volunteers from the Eaton Rapids Community Emergency Response Team were helping however they could. Food and water was brought in from surrounding schools.

If you are displaced or are looking for loved ones please go to the Potterville High School. It's located at 422 N. High Street.

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