Burr drops in


U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, second from left, discusses the transfer of emergency shelters from local to Red Cross control with a Red Cross coordinator. Burr, speaking Friday at Bill Sapp Recreation Center with Lumberton Mayor Bruce Davis, left, and former U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, second from right, voiced concerns about FEMA and Red Cross support in Robeson County. Burr asked why there seemed to be a “much larger” response in neighboring Cumberland County compared with Robeson. Shelters switched to Red Cross control Friday night and can no longer act as distribution centers.


Mike Gellatly | The Robesonian

U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, second from left, discusses the transfer of emergency shelters from local to Red Cross control with a Red Cross coordinator. Burr, speaking Friday at Bill Sapp Recreation Center with Lumberton Mayor Bruce Davis, left, and former U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, second from right, voiced concerns about FEMA and Red Cross support in Robeson County. Burr asked why there seemed to be a “much larger” response in neighboring Cumberland County compared with Robeson. Shelters switched to Red Cross control Friday night and can no longer act as distribution centers.

U.S. Sen. Richard Burr, second from left, discusses the transfer of emergency shelters from local to Red Cross control with a Red Cross coordinator. Burr, speaking Friday at Bill Sapp Recreation Center with Lumberton Mayor Bruce Davis, left, and former U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, second from right, voiced concerns about FEMA and Red Cross support in Robeson County. Burr asked why there seemed to be a “much larger” response in neighboring Cumberland County compared with Robeson. Shelters switched to Red Cross control Friday night and can no longer act as distribution centers.
http://robesonian.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/web1_burr.jpgU.S. Sen. Richard Burr, second from left, discusses the transfer of emergency shelters from local to Red Cross control with a Red Cross coordinator. Burr, speaking Friday at Bill Sapp Recreation Center with Lumberton Mayor Bruce Davis, left, and former U.S. Rep. Mike McIntyre, second from right, voiced concerns about FEMA and Red Cross support in Robeson County. Burr asked why there seemed to be a “much larger” response in neighboring Cumberland County compared with Robeson. Shelters switched to Red Cross control Friday night and can no longer act as distribution centers. Mike Gellatly | The Robesonian
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