Red Cross extends financial help deadline after tornadoes

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) – The American Red Cross said Wednesday it continues to offer emergency financial help for Middle Tennessee residents whose homes were damaged or destroyed in the tornadoes that tore through the region in early March. The Red Cross said in a news release that the deadline to file an application for financial assistance has been extended to April 1. Affected homeowners and renters can determine if they are qualified and complete an application by calling the Red Cross. Twenty-five people died and hundreds of homes and businesses were damaged or destroyed when a March 3 storm carrying tornadoes swept through Middle Tennessee.

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