Indiana Red Cross Volunteers Ready to Provide Hurricane Relief
Red Cross volunteers from Indiana are in Pennsylvania right now waiting to see what relief they need to provide as Hurricane Sandy rolls in.
Frank Kominowski and his partner Jan Ferland left Indianapolis Saturday and arrived in Pennsylvania Sunday to prepare to bring aid to those who need it in the northeast. Kominowski says they can bring supplies, food or both depending on what the need is. He says they can easily provide over 1,000 meals per day and would be based out of a kitchen in a local area to provide more, if needed.
Kominowski has been volunteering for 15 years and says they'll be there until the job is done but another team could come in after two or three weeks to relieve them. He says right now they're in a holding pattern in Pennsylvania until they have a better idea of what Hurricane Sandy is going to do and where they'll be needed.