Salvation Army responds to fire in Buffalo
The Salvation Army and members of the American Red Cross Greater Buffalo Chapter are working to secure temporary housing for displaced residents.
The team provided hydration services to approximately 60 firefighters involved in fighting the fire.
Two of the three homes affected sustained damaged beyond repair and one car was severely burned. All residents escaped from their homes safely but received emergency medical treatment for smoke inhalation.
The Salvation Army and members of the American Red Cross Greater Buffalo Chapter are working to secure temporary housing for the displaced residents. They are also offering emotional and spiritual care.
“We are grateful to the Buffalo EDS Team for their continued service to the people of the city of Buffalo,” said Michael R. Schwartz, Empire State Divisional Disaster Director. “Their selfless dedication to their community and service to those in need are inspirational to all of the members of our EDS Team across the Empire State Division.”