lean up continues in Hutchinson County as wild fire evacuees are finally allowed back into the area.
The Texas Panhandle chapter of the Red Cross was one of the first responders on scene, and now they are the first in line to help those who need help to clean up and recover.
Five emergency response vehicles from all over the state are currently in the area hauling bulk cleaning supplies and food to families sifting through debris.
The shelter in the area is still open, too, which the Red Cross is operating. Officials with the organization say all volunteers are currently working to deliver aid to evacuees and the easiest way you can help is through monetary donation.