Gov.: Don’t Bring Anymore Resources Directly To Shelters

Residents look down Mayfield St. as the Ashley river floodwaters rise in the Ashborough subdivision near Summerville, S.C., Tuesday, Oct. 6, 2015. Residents are concerned that the Ashley river will continue to rise as floodwaters come down from Columbia. (AP Photo/Mic Smith)

SC Gov. Nikki Haley says to not bring anymore resources directly to shelters.

She says they are packed.

If you want to donate use the hotline at 1.888.585.9643.

She says Harvest Hop has taken more than 381,000 meals to people’s doorsteps.

The Salvation Army has delivered more than 15,000 meals.

They Southern Baptist Relief helping people with debris clean up.

One way you can help is removing debris.

The pickup starts Monday. If you have insurance, keep the debris where it is.

They say to wear gloves when moving debris as they may be contaminated.

The governor says localized and mobile clinics will be setup for people who are in cleanup mode to get tetanus shots.

Shots will be free.

More details on when and where to come.

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