Red Cross to transition residents out of River Center shelter on Thursday
BATON ROUGE – The Red Cross shelter at the Baton Rouge River Center is set to transition displaced residents out of its location on Thursday.
According to Red Cross officials, the shelter will begin transitioning displaced residents throughout the week to permanent or temporary housing until Thursday. The residents that are remaining in the shelter on Thursday will then be moved to another shelter located at Celtic Studios.
Red Cross officials say that there were 204 displaced residents still staying at the shelter in the Baton Rouge River Center as of Monday night.
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