CLARK COUNTY, Ohio (WDTN) - The disaster in Oklahoma has volunteers with the Red Cross gearing up to aid in the relief. Mike Larson with the Clark-Champaign County Red Cross said it's difficult to see all the horrible images on TV.
"Your heart goes out to the victims of the tragedy. You think of your own family and how would you respond of it were your own family," said Larson.
As a father, Mike Larson with the Clark-Champaign County Red Cross feels a close connection with the parents who lost their children in the tornado. He's waiting for the call to send his crew to aid in the disaster.
"Time for the Red Cross to respond. That is what we do we are ready to respond to the local disasters and international disasters," said Larson.
Larson said he has 10 to 15 volunteers on standby, ready to leave at a moment's notice.
Once sent there crews would help run shelters, assist in mass feeding and other missions on the ground.
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