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Latest updates from Caddo leaders on storm response
CADDO PARISH, LA - State, parish, and city leaders took part in a Unified Command Group meeting today at the Caddo Sheriff’s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness where they discussed response to the storms that impacted Caddo Parish on June 15 and the early hours of June 16.
The following information was announced at today’s meeting:
The Highland Center, 520 Olive Street, Shreveport, LA – 24hr cooling facility; Citizens can use this facility as an overnight shelter. Citizens that require oxygen can use the Highland Center to exchange oxygen tanks that are running low and/or plug in their oxygen concentrators. This facility will be ceasing 24 hour operations after 8am June 19
Morning Star Baptist Church Life Center, 5340 Jewella Ave, Shreveport, LA
This facility is now a 24 hr. overnight facility. Citizens can use this facility to stay overnight, exchange low oxygen tanks and/or plug in oxygen concentrators.
Galilee Family Life Center, 1500 Pierre Avenue, Shreveport, LA (8am-8pm); A.B. Palmer Park Community Center, 547 E. 79th Street (8:30am-7:30pm); Valencia Park Community Center, 1800 Viking Drive (8:30pm-7:30pm); Southern Hills Park Community Center, 1002 Bert Kouns Loop (8:30pm-7:30pm); Bill Cockrell Park Community Center, 4109 Pines Road (8:30pm-7:30pm)
Updated information will be posted on local government websites and social media accounts as it becomes available.