EL RENO, Okla. (AP) -- A dozen organizations are partnering to open a resource center in El Reno for people affected by last week's tornadoes.
The disaster relief center will open at noon Tuesday at Jenks Simmons Field House in El Reno. Affected residents can meet with the American Red Cross and other agencies to get information and services about the tornado recovery process.
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Four other disaster relief centers remain open in Moore, Little Axe, Shawnee and Carney after last month's series of tornadoes.
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