QUAPAW, OK.--- Donations have been pouring in to help those affected by the Quapaw storm. Local workers say it was less than an hour after the tornado when supplies started arriving. That ranged from water, snack food and toiletries to blankets and hot meals. While shelters are also open, workers say most victims have a place to stay, and have a bigger need for supplies.
"We try to provide all of that. We provide emergency needs from food and groceries to money for clothes. Just everything that we can," said Scott Youngblood, American Red Cross.
The American Red Cross is on the scene. Workers say that cash donations are the best way to assist in their recovery efforts.
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