- Kelly O
- SEEN BY THE SIDE OF THE ROAD TODAY In the town of Oso, Washington.
- Charles Mudede
- OSO FIRE STATION AND DONATION DROP OFF Getting a steady stream of visitors.
Stand by the fire station in Oso for 30 or so minutes and what you will see is a steady stream of people offering their bodies (volunteers) or their stuff (food, camping equipment, even dogs). But what the disaster in Oso really needs is something that many Americans have little to spare: cold, hard cash.
Chief Hots: "I'm pleading with the community to please dig deep and continue to give financial support." #530slide
— KUOW (@KUOW) March 28, 2014
If you have something to spare, I suggest giving it to the Red Cross of Snohomish County. You also can text "RedCross" to 90999 and make a donation that way.