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VideoFound senior female beagle/mix in Whispering Oaks. Blind and deaf. No identification. Call or text 210-259-6977.
Lost: Male dog, "Buddy," 45 lbs., solid brown, crippled front leg, bright orange collar with tags, 1 mile south Hwy. 181, Floresville, is skittish but very friendly. Call/text 830-391-0527.
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William J. Gibbs Jr.  
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March 11, 2011 5:38pm
 
The San Antonio Chapter of the American Red Cross issued the following update at 5:30 p.m. CST:

The American Red Cross stands ready and willing to assist following a magnitude 8.9 earthquake in Japan and the resulting tsunami that affected other countries in the Pacific region.

The Japanese Red Cross Society has extraordinary disaster response capabilities, and has mobilized eleven teams to heavily-damaged communities to provide assessments and first aid and prepare to supply emotional support and relief. The American Red Cross is in communication through its global partners with the Pacific nations that sustained the most damage, and stands ready to provide assistance as needed. To date, the Red Cross has not received any requests for blood from the Japanese Red Cross, the Japanese government of the United States State Department.

With potential danger headed to the west coast of the United States, Red Cross chapters are on alert and stand ready to provide assistance as needed in their communities in coordination with local and federal response partners. Red Cross warehouses in Saipan (Northern Mariana Islands), California, Washington and Hawaii are mobilizing resources; and approximately 100 mobile feeding vehicles are on standby. Evacuation shelters are open with additional locations on standby in Oregon, Washington and California. The Red Cross does not collect blood in Hawaii but has reached out to other blood collection agencies to offer services
     
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