The American Red Cross and Disney have teamed up to make a new disaster preparedness video. Page Neal talks about the importance of being prepared.
Are you and your family prepared for a natural disaster? It could take relief workers up to 72 hours to reach areas affected by a disaster. Richard Woodruff, the Director of Communications for the American Red Cross Utah, joined us in studio to discuss the importance of a 72 Hour Kit.
You and your family might be prepared for a natural disaster but are your pets? Richard Woodruff from the American Red Cross Utah joined us live in studio today to show us different preparedness kits for pets.
Do you know someone in the community that has demonstrated heroism through extraordinary acts of courage and kindness? If so, the American Red Cross wants to hear from you.
The Red Cross is always looking for volunteers. Do you want to help out for a good cause? Find out how.
All summer long fires have broken out across the state of Utah. With fires still burning early this morning, we have red flag warnings until later tonight. Due to the fires, many people have been evacuated from their homes, and that's where the Red Cross comes in. Richard Woodruff, the director of communications for the American Red Cross Utah, joined us in studio to discuss the role the Red Cross plays in natural disasters.
As summer kicks into full swing, we need to be cautious of lightning strikes. Every thunderstorm produces lightning, which kills more people each year than tornadoes or hurricanes. The Red Cross has a list of safety precautions you need to take when it comes to being safe from the lightning.
High fire danger season here in Utah has lived up to its name. A rash of house fires have affected more than 10 families. Richard Woodruff, the director of communication for the American Red Cross of Utah, says the Red Cross is well prepared to help assist families affected by events like these.
Page Neal from the Red Cross discuss the wide range of fire danger in Utah.
The American Red Cross has launched a new national campaign to reduce the drowning rate by 50 percent in 50 cities over the next three days. Red Cross Director of Communications Rich Woodruff shares more on how to be safe.