BETHANY, MO – Residents in Florida and in the southeast continue to deal with the devastation left by Hurricane Ian. The Category 4 storm dropped up to 20 inches of rain on parts of the state, leaving hundreds if not thousands of homes and businesses destroyed in its wake. Volunteers with the Missouri division of the Southern Baptist Convention Disaster Relief are in Venice, Florida on the west coast of the state. John Mohler, Director of Missions with the Harrison Baptist Association will be traveling to Venice next week to assist.
Mohler says Venice is dealing with structural damage, power outages and water issues. He says SBC Disaster Relief staged in preparation as the storm made its way toward Florida and has been on scene since it hit.
While Mohler will spend the next week in Florida, due to the scope of the devastation, SBC Disaster Relief will be on scene for one to two more months. Volunteers with the organization respond to disasters around the country on and average of every three weeks.
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