LUBBOCK, TX - Several families are homeless and recovering in Canton after a tornado struck the East Texas town on Saturday.
A preliminary damage report from the National Weather Service rates the tornado as an EF-3.
After witnessing the devastating results of this weekend's weather both the Red Cross and the Salvation Army have jumped in to help.
Laura Hann, Executive Director for Red Cross in the South Plains, told us, "We watched the weather system unfold in East Texas and our hearts are with all of the families there, its just a tragedy what happened."
Even though Hann is the executive director for the South Plains Red Cross, she wouldn't let distance stop her from doing her part.
Hann worked hard over the weekend,
The Salvation Army of Texas has also deployed three emergency vehicles.
Kaitlyn Frederick, Community Relations Director at the Salvation Army, told us, "When I say disaster vehicles it's like what you see behind me. These vehicles can actually serve hot meals, they also emergency supplies on board."
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