Volunteers still needed for Watford City tornado clean-up

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Clean up efforts are on going in Watford City after Tuesday morning’s EF-2 tornado.
McKenzie County Emergency Management says volunteers are still needed.


The Prairie View Park where more than a hundred structures were damaged remains the main point of clean up.
Volunteers must be 18 or older at the RV park, however everyone is welcome to help pick up debris off site.


Valuables are being found at the debris field, and all items collected are being taken to the command center at Prairie View Park.
Gloves and trash bags are provided to volunteers.


The Civic Center is still open as a shelter and donation center.
From 9am-7pm resources will be available to all residents that have been displaced. 


Larson Service Drug & Soda Fountain is helping those affected with their prescription medication needs.
You can call them at 701-444-2410 if your medications were lost.
 

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