Relief Effort Moves to Larger Space

The relief effort for first responders started by Police Officers from Evansville, Indiana has taken on a life of its own which necessitated moving our relief operations from CCEMS to a larger dry space. The folks at Tomball Jet Center graciously provided us space in their hangar. Shortly after the move began, a plane from Lake Charles, Louisiana dropped off some donations.  Along the way other folks with supplies have delivered them to us to be used to aid first responders who are flood victims.

As of September 25, we’ve been able to help more than 780 flooded first responder famililes from 38 agencies including the Harris County Sheriff’s Office, Coastal EMS, DPS, the Texas Rangers, Klein Fire Department, Pearland Fire Department, Cypress Creek EMS, Cypress Creek Fire Department, Harris County Precinct 4 Constable’s Office, Houston Police Department, Waller County Sheriff’s Office, Kountze Police Department, Harris County Fire Marshal’s Office, Montgomery County Sheriff’s Office, Montgomery County Fire Marshal’s Office, Houston Fire Department, Beaumont PD, Conroe PD, West University PD, Rockport PD, Rockport Fire Department, Aransas Pass PD, Aransas Pass Fire Department, Aransas County Sheriff’s Office, Angleton Fire Department, as well as emergency room personnel at Houston Northwest Medical Center, Memorial City, and Saint Luke’s.

 

 

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