Red Cross to hold resource center Wednesday for those impacted by Bayside fire
BAYSIDE (CBS 58) —The Red Cross continues to support the dozens of people displaced by a massive fire over the weekend in Bayside.
Three people stayed overnight at St. Eugene’s Congregation where a shelter has been set up for the victims of the fire.
The Red Cross says they’ve been overwhelmed with donations of clothes and toiletries. They say going forward they need furniture and monetary donations.
The Red Cross will be holding a resource center at St. Eugene’s on Wednesday from 8 a.m. to 7 p.m. where there will be multiple resources and agencies
Monday, an insurance company was at the White Oaks apartment complex trying to get a damage estimate and determine if it’s safe for residents to try to retrieve their belongings.
The fire department says they don’t have an official cause of the fire but they do know it started first floor balcony on a quickly spread to all 62 units. However, they do not believe it was suspicious.
There were no sprinklers in the area where the tenants lived.