GREENVILLE, S.C. (WSPA) – American Red Cross assisted a family of three after a fire destroyed their home on West Avenue Sunday afternoon.
The Parker District Fire Department responded to the blaze.
The Red Cross will be providing financial assistance for temporary lodging and replacement of food and clothing for the family.
They will also be providing the family with comfort kits that contain personal hygiene items.
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