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Tuesday, September 20, 2016

Response to Reserve at Hunters Run Apartments

By Bill Fortune
Our Disaster Action teams continue to help residents that were displaced by the fire at the Reserve at Hunters Run Apartments on Yale Ave. Twenty-four units were affected. Displaced residents found their own overnight lodging but Red Cross was able to provide some initial support.
Apartment fire on East Yale Ave. Photo courtesy
Denver Fire Department
A Disaster Assistance Center (DAC) was opened late Monday evening and remained open at Bethany Lutheran Church, 4500 East Hampden Ave. Case managers will be on site at the DAC until 5 PM. 
Red Cross, Salvation Army, Denver Office of Emergency Management, County Human Services and other Arapaho County community services have been activated to help residents displaced by the fire.

3 comments:

  1. My scout troop wants to collect items/money for the displaced families of this fire. Please contact me gsco.63051@gmail.com

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  2. My scout troop wants to collect items/money for the displaced families of this fire. Please contact me gsco.63051@gmail.com

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