Red Cross Prepared To Help During Inauguration

With over one million people expected to converge on the Nation's Capital Tuesday, officials are urging people to have a plan if they get separated from their group.

The Red Cross and law enforcement officials say to have a pre-determined meeting place if you get lost from your group. With cell phone lines expected to be pushed to capacity, don't rely on calling somebody if you get lost. The Red Cross will have volunteers around the capitol wearing yellow vests with orange stripes or red hats who will be looking for lost children or people who need help.

If you are lost and can't find a volunteer you can call the DC helpline at 311, or if you're from out of town, 202-671-5000.


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